Broadcast facilities and media houses have integrated audio codecs into their daily operations and depend on them heavily.
In addition to the more traditional usage of codecs as single boxes to handle point-to-point STLs or remotes, radio broadcasters are beginning to transport multiple audio streams throughout a company or to network across different locations.
In this latest Radio World ebook, we examine how operators are implementing high-density codec hardware and/or software to move audio and metadata, as well as the increasing diversification in codec design.
We hear from industry experts about cost-effective methods and options for using wideband RF links to facilitate codec transport, best practices when constructing multicodec facilities, how MPX over IP is changing audio delivery, and more.
Read it here.