Processor maker DaySequerra is bringing to the NAB Show a new series of TimeLock HD Radio diversity delay processors.
A release explains: “The original DaySequerra TimeLock algorithm, used in the M4 and M4.2 products, measures the time alignment of the MPS and HD1 streams with accuracy to one audio sample. The company’s new TimeLock algorithm maintains this precision with the added capability of working under the most adverse conditions, including situations where an FM station is operating in mono on the legacy analog side and in stereo on the HD Radio side.”
Series 2 of the M4 TimeLock also pushes delay capability to almost double that of the first series, reaching ±7 seconds. It has also beefed up SNMP capabilities for improved monitoring.
According to DaySequerra, the M4 TimeLock Series 2 and M4 TimeLock DDC Series 2 is compatible with Omnia, Orban and Wheatstone processors and the GatesAir HDE200 exporter and Nautel Exporter Plus.
DaySequerra President David Day said, “Proper synchronization is critical to ensure the best HD listener experience. Shifts in synchronization can occur at any time, and DaySequerra TimeLock products provide a superior solution at an affordable price.”
NAB Show Booth: N3426