BRIC TS users may continue to use the server maintained by Comrex, but now have the option to build their own.
Migration to IP audio can save money as well as offer new choices in the way audio is shipped for remotes, STLs and other real-time links.
At the rate the radio industry is going, within 10 years the most common audio connection won't be an XLR but an Ethernet RJ-45.
The Project marks first Barix audio-over-IP installation for broadcast monitoring in Germany.
Nautel is the first transmitter manufacturer to implement the interface.
From the 2009 NAB Show: Insight to the IP codec technology on display at the convention.
From the 2009 NAB Show: Insight to the IP audio technology on display at the convention.
Barix Radio is meant to entertain with eclectic music programming, but it also provides an audio-over-IP test platform.
The event will be held Sunday at the NAB Show.
Bric Remote Control software controls multiple Access and BRIC-Link codecs from a simple Windows-based interface. It allows creation of an address book that can be shared among a list of codecs.
Analog audio was simple. It could be transmitted easily and heard with anything. Digital audio complicate things, but standards help. Now we have IP audio. Is this the replacement for AES3?
Learning how to use IP codecs takes a little time and may require some patience on your part. Using IP codecs for remotes can provide some excellent results.
The workshops are timed around major conventions.
The IP codec includes eight stereo MPEG codecs.
Tieline says the move to leading with IP instead of POTS and ISDN as it has done for years is more in line with broadcaster buying trends and the IP network infrastructure evolution.
The testing was conducted in the greater Boston area with Xohm hardware supplied by Sprint Nextel.
Sporting many of the same features as the larger Road Warrior, the LC transmits and receives standard encoding algorithms and connects via IP, ISDN or LAN.
32 Avenue of the Americas is home to one of several large Carrier Hotels in New York City, and as such was an advantageous location for our endeavor.
During the 2008 IBC Show, Digigram demonstrated codec interoperability with products from AEQ, Aeta and Digigram.
IP University, presented by Ken Skok of Axia Audio, discusses the details of IP audio networks in for planning and implementation in a radio station
A connection established through an IP tunnel is similar to plugging a PC into the network connection at the station. IP tunnels can operate through any type of wired or wireless network.
Broadcasting over IP is rapidly becoming the paradigm by which broadcasters are planning future broadcast network infrastructures.
Codecs manufactured by members of the Audio-via-IP Experts Group -- AETA, Mayah, Oban/CRL and Tieline -- are SIP compliant. This article details the handshaking communication to establish a reliable connection.
Our system has been very reliable and versatile. It is easy to troubleshoot and quick to reconfigure for special needs. Upon launching the first station to air, we noticed an immediate extension in frequency response on both low and high end as well as an improvement in depth and clarity, with the same audio chain we had been using before
The Tieline G3 codecs use the technology to provide greater connection stability with less delay for remote broadcasts over IP networks.