With the Remote Mix 4, JK Audio has introduced 21st century cell phone and Bluetooth technology to the remote broadcast clique. In this age of wireless-ness, it’s a timely introduction
Radio broadcasters rely heavily on their telephones. Whether used for news, interviews, contests, requests or talk radio, the ability to easily manage phones on-air is a long-standing requirement, and that’s unlikely to change
Broadcast Bionics will be showing an upgraded version of Phonebox Solo at NAB 2008.
Broadcast Bionics has appointed Broadcast Supply Worldwide (BSW) as a dealer for the Phonebox Solo broadcast telephone system.
On Feb. 18, 2008, FCC rules will no longer require cellular telephone companies to provide analog service.
Axia Audio has tapped Broadcast Bionics of West Sussex, England as the UK distributor for Axia IP-Audio networking products.
Comrex Corporation has just released a firmware upgrade for its Access line of codecs.
When introduced at NAB2007, the company said that it would ship the product by mid-August and it has met that goal.
Following allegations of illegal dog fighting, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick made a scheduled appearance for his arraignment on federal charges at a courthouse in Richmond, VA.
JK Audio unveiled the Remote Mix 4 portable mixer at NAB2007, and at that time announced a delivery date in mid-July.
Comrex is now shipping its Access portable stereo BRIC IP codec.
Call screening software is critical to any talk station's operation. Finding a system that be configured to the station's needs is important, and the ability to try it before you buy it can help the selection process. Because the Call Commander software from Salem Radio Labs is free, trying it out is as simple as finding enough time to download and install it.
On an unseasonably warm and sunny New England day, the Comrex engineering team set forth boldly to test BRIC on as many publicly available hotspots as possible.
While remotes and live events are the primary use, many stations are using POTS and ISDN codecs for back-up STLs and other itinerant applications.
After the third lightning strike, Joe Ternovan, chief engineer of Infinity Columbus, OH, looked into other means of protecting the system from lightning strikes through the telephone line. He found the Clenney Communications Optelator.
When the project began, Nassau New Hampshire ordered five ISDN and POTS codecs. Now Verizon says that ISDN is not available.
The Xport can transmit audio via POTS or ISDN to a studio-located ISDN Zephyr codec. Kirk Chestnut provides a review.
Richard Hamilton reviews this phone/audio interface he uses to create an Internet talk show on trains.
WHMS makes a mobile remote simple with GSM service and Comrex Matrix codec.
Local telephone companies no longer support analog dedicated circuits. The PCAU gets around the limitation, as this review describes.
Clear Channel Chicago answers the call to the Telos Series 2101.
This call screener program can be networked and works with Telos and Comrex telephone systems.
Pinouts and schematics for these popular, high-quality audio transformers.
John Diamantis takes the POTS codec for a spin in this review.
The satcaster installs telephone interfaces and audio processing.