The AEQ Systel IP broadcast telephone and multiconference solution operates on VoIP phone lines. The system is based on a digital matrix designed to manage IP lines.
The company says the interface offers a dynamic and flexible workflow for various scenarios including radio, television or corporate.
It’s possible to operate AEQ Systel IP through dedicated software on PC. Staff can also operate the system through the Systelset+ handset, a touchscreen IP phone with an intuitive interface to manage incoming calls.
The company recently released the new Systel IP Basic engine version. It’s a 19-inch, single-rack unit able to work as a multi-line IP phone with SIP signaling protocol. The basic version features eight IP phone lines and four additional hidden for Systel Set + handsets.
The engine features four digital audio inputs and outputs as well as two analog audio inputs and outputs. It also offers 32 AoIP inputs and outputs based on Dante protocol/AES67- compatible. That means it’s possible to integrated into an AoIP net and route the calls inside the IP network.
Users can upgrade the AEQ Systel IP Basic to Systel IP 16 through a software license. This allows expansion to a bigger system in the future, either to service more studios or to add more simultaneous calls on air.
For information, contact AEQ in Spain at +34-916-861300 or visit www.aeq.eu.