Among products on show at the AEQ stand during IBC2013 will be the Systel-IP call-in system featuring multi-conference capability.
The system is based on VoIP technology and, says the company, significantly improves audio quality and increases flexibility and integration with existing telephone systems at broadcast stations. Systel-IP is available with either four lines for two studios or 12 lines for up to four studios.
AEQ is also exhibiting the “AoIP” SYSTEM, which links consoles and routers from AEQ and other manufacturers, and shares up to 512 audio channels over a Gigabit Ethernet network along with the Capitol IP digital audio MADI mixing console, which can be IP networked through 16 input and output channels.
The company has developed an enhanced control surface for the console with new keys for selection and routing functions. The desk also features additional programmable softkeys, new encoder configuration for the monitoring and control modules as well as an exclusive CUE reset key.
IBC stand: 8.C55