Orban is featuring its digital 9300 Optimod-AM audio processor.
The company says the 9300 helps broadcasters achieve the highest possible audio quality in monophonic AM shortwave, medium wave and long wave broadcasts.
The Optimod-AM delivers loud, clean FM-like audio with an open, fatigue-free quality that “attracts listeners and holds them,” according to Orban. Processing is performed by mathematical calculations within Motorola DSP56367 digital signal processing chips, which the company says gives it stability over time and temperature that is unmatched by analog processors.
The Optimod-AM descends from the 9100 and 9200 Optimod-AM audio processors.