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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 [email protected] 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