DaySequerra is showcasing its M2.2R HD Radio modulation monitor.
The model includes six programmable dry, floating alarm relays, RBDS and RF multipath displays and full FM analog component monitoring including SCA and pilot injection levels and AM noise.
Additional highlights include a multiplex output for external SCA decoders, Ethernet interface for streaming program-associated data or remote control, and Remote Dashboard software. The latter lets broadcasters remotely tune the unit, alarm key signal parameters and log their data.
The M2.2R also features full-time digital audio output, even when turned to an analog station.
DaySequerra also is debuting two HD Radio tuners. The M4.2R offers many of the features of the M2.2R monitor; and the M3 contains three separate AM, FM and HD Radio tuners in a 2 RU enclosure. Each of the M3 tuners’ vacuum florescent display shows station frequency, HD-1 through HD-8 PAD, analog RBDS data, signal strength and multipath.