Mayah Communications is making its first appearance at the NAB Radio Show, and says it will showcase the Centauri II 4001 gateway audio codec/streaming server and Ganymed 1002 IP audio decoder/converter.
The Centauri II 4001 handles up to four stereo streams with different parameters and is suitable for multiple applications, such as simultaneous uni- or multicasting, archiving and monitoring. It operates over IP, ISDN, X.21/V.35 or E1 networks with coding algorithms such as G.711, G.722, the MPEG range, including MPEG-4 HE AAC v2 and apt-X/Enhanced apt-X.
The compact Ganymed 1002 offers automatic reconnect and re-sync functionality after power or IP failure, which the company says makes it suitable for installations at transmitters or other distant locations.
Mayah also plans to have its Flashman digital audio recorder on display, as well as the MERK II portable audio gateway codec/mixer and some of its new options such SIP protocol implementation, and MPEG TS with FEC over IP.