Digigram’s Iqoya *Serv/Link incorporates multiple distribution codec instances and the company’s advanced FluidIP technology on a single, hardware-based processing platform to simplify the transport of multiple audio programs over IP networks in a high-density format.
Designed for radio broadcasting and for intercom and commentary for both radio and TV, the Iqoya *Serv/Link codec allows users to configure multiple stereo or multichannel solutions for studio-to-transmitter links, studio-to-studio links, DVB operators, or content delivery networks.
In its compact 1-RU version, the company says the solution can handle up to eight stereo analog channels, 16 stereo AES/EBU channels, 64 stereo MADI channels and/or 64 stereo AES67/Ravenna IP channels, and up to 64 stereo codec instances with multiple GPIOs and RS-232 ports for auxiliary data tunneling.
The scalability of the system allows users to expand the supported audio I/Os, and a larger 4-RU version provides even higher channel density. The system supports multiple audio codecs (PCM, MPEG L2 and L3, AAC, Opus, and aptX Enhanced), and can simultaneously stream raw RTP, HTTP and MPEG-TS/IP streams.
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