LAS VEGAS�Moseley Broadcast�introduced a new digital studio to transmitter link at the 2015 NAB Show.
The manufacturer says the Starlink-NXGEN system is the first four-stereo channel audio transmission system that can simultaneously operate over wireless, IP or TDM networks.
�It is the first to offer XPIC functionality that will allow broadcasters to transmit twice the amount of data in the same spectrum space as before,� according to a release. �It said the Starlink-NXGEN transmits AES3 192 kHz digital composite using less than 500 kHz of spectrum.
The announcement was made by Moseley President/CEO Jamal Hamdani, who said the project involved a command of digital transmission systems and software-defined digital modems, IP networking and RF engineering.
Moseley and its subsidiaries Axxcelera Broadband Wireless Inc., CarrierComm Inc. and E-band Communications LLC offer wireless solutions from 9.6 kbps to 3 Gbps covering the 250 MHz to 90 GHz spectrum for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint applications.