Nautel Push Radio
Transmitter site audio playback
Designed for VS Series transmitters, Push Radio manages audio content to centralize operations at the transmitter site. Building on the local audio storage capabilities of Nautel VS transmitters and leveraging the AUI control system, Push Radio uses Internet distribution to send audio files and playlists to the transmitter, which then plays the content locally.
The system will be expanded to send the as-played logs back to the station. A scheduler automates switching audio inputs, playlists, processor or other settings based on time and date rules, while a playlist editor provides drag-and-drop editing. The Orban Inside audio processor provides the audio playback.
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