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Nautel to Feature Software-Based Air Chain

Manufacturer lays out its NAB Show plans

Nautel will highlight software-based air chains in its booth at the NAB Show.

You may recall that the company has a collaboration with Telos Alliance that aims to change the way the industry thinks about FM+HD air chains.

“Nautel will demonstrate how software air-chains can provide multiple standby air-chains, integrated Omnia for Nautel audio processing, secure transport and the elimination of FM-HD blend issues no matter whether the air chain originates at a local studio, an on-premises data center, or even the cloud,” it wrote in a convention preview.

Its Chief Technology Officer Philipp Schmid will present “A Cloud-Capable Synchronized Transport Architecture for FM and HD Radio Broadcasting” on Tuesday at the Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference.

[Related: “Nautel’s Schmid Talks Transport”]

As we’ve reported, the manufacturer also will introduce a new rackmount FM transmitter series; a preview webinar about that was planned for this Wednesday.

The NUG@NAB Radio Technology Forum also returns and will include Radio World Editor in Chief Paul McLane’s remarks about technical trends at the convention. The NUG also will be streamed live.

“After a two-year gap, we’re really excited to see our industry friends and customers again,” said John Whyte, Nautel head of marketing.


NAB Show Booth: W7022

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