Working with HD Radio technology patent holder and developer Xperi, DaySequerra has created the HD Radio Data Monitor.
HD Radio Data Monitor offers advanced multicast scanning along with a suite of features including full RDS-RBDS data analysis, simultaneous HD Radio AAS and LOT reporting for all HD1 and HD subchannel broadcasts; full SMNP interface, remote Artist Experience artwork and audio streaming capability, email alerts, and proprietary weather and traffic reporting given the appropriate broadcast token.
It monitors the 300+ data fields that HD Radio carries, including Artist Experience and data stream. AE is a notable data hog. Monitoring can be IP.
Xperi provided the core software.
Xperi Senior Vice President of Broadcast Technology Joe D’Angelo said, “We’ve been working with DaySequerra for years to ensure that broadcasters have the right monitoring capabilities to ensure the highest quality listener experience … [The] new HD Radio Data Monitor is based on the proven design and functionality developed and deployed in Xperi’s own nationwide HD Radio monitoring network.”
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