Codec Line Is the Focus for Mayah

SIP protocol for automation of IP audio connections emphasized
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Mayah Communications will show its professional audio codecs.

The C11 product family are "ultra small" codecs that provide audio over IP based on the EBU N/ACIP standard using Ethernet or 3G networks, as well as support ISDN, ASI and POTS. It is stackable in standard racks and offers a choice of coding algorithms from G.711/G.722 via Eapt-X and Linear to AAC ELD. In the advanced models an audio logging or playback to/from a local storage media is available.

Also shown will be Sporty, Mayah's new portable reporter codec, a tool for live reports, voice-overs, radio interviewers and commentators. It supports audio transmissions over Ethernet/IP, UMTS/3G, WLAN/Wi-Fi, ISDN and POTS with direct audio logging to SD card or USB stick, and automation of audio-over-IP connections in compliance with SIP/RTP per EBU standards.

And the Flashman II portable recorder/codec will be on display. It provides two professional mic/line XLR inputs for recording to SD card or USB Stick in advanced and conventional audio formats. Simultaneous live transmission can be provided over Ethernet/IP, UMTS/3G, WLAN/Wi-Fi with SIP/RTP per EBU Audio-over-IP standards.

All audio codecs from Mayah now support SIP protocol for automation of IP audio connections.

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