DaySequerra will introduce its M2A analog modulation monitor, which can be upgraded to a full HD Radio mod monitor.
It includes adjustable channel spacing, de-emphasis and operating voltage selection.
The M2A provides off-air and direct monitoring capabilities for analog FM, including demodulated audio level, carrier modulation level, pilot and SCA injection level, incidental AM noise and RBDS decoding and display. Additionally, it has programmable opto-isolated alarms for audio peak, audio program, carrier loss and RBDS data loss.
Options include an off-air AM measurement package with C-Quam AM Stereo and Ethernet remote control with the company’s Remote Dashboard, a PC-based application that features monitoring, logging, alarms via e-mail and scanning of up to 100 preset stations.
The M2A is based on the M2 HD Radio monitor. Existing features include LED metering displays; 20 FM presets and, optionally, 20 AM presets; Class-A biased analog audio outputs; and a powered front-panel headphone jack. A full-time digital output provides a continuous feed for additional monitoring.