Advancement in Radio Technology

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Advancement in Radio Technology

Oct 1, 2008 12:00 PM

The Radio magazine Advancement in Radio Technology Awards were created to recognize the best available products introduced over the last year with a practical use in radio broadcasting facilities (including terrestrial, Internet and satellite).

Nominations were accepted from readers like you, Radio magazine contributors and manufacturers, and then placed into one of 13 categories. During August, we asked you to vote for your top pick in each category. The results were tallied in early September, and the winners were announced at a reception held at the NAB Radio Show in Austin, TX.

The winners of the 2008 Advancement in Radio Technology Awards are:

Ancillary Equipment

Broadcast Tools SRC-16
Serial-controlled relay interface

Audio and Data Transmission

APT Worldnet Oslo
Multichannel IP audio transport

Audio Routing and Control

Axia Audio Element
IP audio routing and mixing

Audio Storage and Playback

Enco Systems DAD v5.1e
Audio recording, management and playout

Digital Audio Workstations

Adobe Systems Audition 3
Multitrack audio recorder and editor

Facility Support

Burk Technology ARC Plus v2.0
Remote monitoring and control platform

HD Radio Technology

Enco Systems RAMA
Metadata delivery appliance

Microphone Technology

Neumann TLM 103 D
Digital microphone

Online Technology

Jetcast Streaming service
Audio streaming

Remote Broadcast Technology

JK Audio Bluepack
Bluetooth cell phone audio interface

RF Transmission

Deva Broadcast Smart Gen 4.0
RBDS generator

Signal Processing

Orban Optimod-FM 8500FM v2
FM/HD Radio audio processor

Test and Measurement

Kaltman Creations Spectran HF4040
Handheld spectrum analyzer

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