APT Brings the ‘World’ to Charlotte

APT will show its WorldCast Eclipse IP audio codec in Charlotte.
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APT will show its WorldCast Eclipse IP audio codec in Charlotte.

It also will be distributing an updated version of “A Practical Guide to IP Audio Networking.”

The WorldCast Eclipse is a multi-algorithm, multi-interface IP audio codec for studio transmitter links and remote broadcast applications. It combines IP, X.21/V.35 and ISDN interfaces with major coding algorithms on a DSP-based platform.

Also on the floor alongside the WorldCast Eclipse will be the WorldCast range of IP audio codecs including the WorldCast Meridian, a multi-algorithm codec with both IP and X.21/V.35 interfaces; and the WorldCast Horizon, offering professional-grade audio.

Other booth highlights include the WorldNet Oslo, a multi-channel audio multiplexer for audio delivery over E1/T1 and IP links, which now sends uncompressed linear audio for pure PCM quality, and compresses the audio using MPEG 1/2 Layer II or companding techniques such as J.57 and J.41.

Booth: 615

Web site: www.aptx.com


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