How IP is Changing Radio Broadcasting From the Field - Radio World

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Remote IP codecs are portable, rugged and stable systems that offer increased bandwidth connectivity, hybrid functionality and connection flexibility. And they are changing the game for radio broadcasters. This eBook provides radio broadcasters some real world examples of stations that are using remote IP codecs as well as tips for assessing which one best fits the bill.
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Remote IP codecs are portable, rugged and stable systems that offer increased bandwidth connectivity, hybrid functionality and connection flexibility. And they are changing the game for radio broadcasters. This eBook provides radio broadcasters some real world examples of stations that are using remote IP codecs as well as tips for assessing which one best fits the bill. 

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