AETA Audio Systems says its new Remote Access feature lets users control all parameters of AETA codecs remotely and in realtime via the internet.
The system relies on a remote access HTML server that is available on local area networks. Thus, says the firm, users are able to configure their codec, no matter its location.
AETA Remote Access is available for the full range of the company’s IP codecs. These include Scoop5-S, Scoop5S-IP, µScoop, Scoopy+S, ScoopFone 4G, ScoopFone IP and ScoopTeam.
In order to benefit from the new feature, users can install the latest software update and subscribe to the Remote Access option.