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WorldCast Systems 1U Oslo
Multi-channel audio codec
The 1U Oslo chassis offers channel density, supporting 16 channels of audio within a single unit of rack space. Fully DSP-based with dual power supplies and hot-swappable modules, the 1RU Oslo provides a solid and reliable base for mission-critical studio-to-studio and studio-to-transmitter links. Up to four audio-over-IP modules can be added. It can also deliver independently clocked IP audio streams, eliminating the issues of clock drift associated with streaming multiple channels over IP to a single decoder. The card can therefore decode any channel, in any audio format, from anywhere. The AoIP module can also generate many more streams per stereo or mono signal using multiple unicast or multicast technology.
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