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Audio/Data Links

 

 

The rollout of HD Radio, more frequent collocation of multiple stations and other factors often demand more efficient studio to transmitter link (STL) solutions with greater bandwidth and bidirectional capability. While existing wireless and terrestrial STLs will remain an appropriate program and data transport choice, many radio stations and networks are seeking new options.


STLs from Broadcast Electronics are designed to be scalable and flexible to meet the STL, studio-to-studio and other media and data transport needs of today's radio broadcasters, with up to 45Mbps bidirectional connectivity allowing integration of multiple services into one product — as much as 20 times the capacity of typical STLs for broadcast radio.

 

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Troops Rally Around AudioVAULT as Freedom Radio Signs Off from Baghdad 

 

Troops rally around a BE AudioVAULT studio control system during the final broadcast of Baghdad’s Freedom Radio, which signed off on Friday, September 23. Freedom Radio, an American Forces Network station, had been broadcasting from Baghdad using BE's AudioVAULT studio control system since December 2003. Shown above, morning show hosts and Army Sergeants Adam Prickel and Randall “Jay” Townsend with fellow U.S. soldiers next to the BE AudioVAULT screen. (Video by Dan Zak/Kristen Boghosian, read story in The Washington Post.)