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Clear-Com enhances AoIP capabilities

Clear-Com enhances AoIP capabilities

Clear-Com enhances AoIP capabilities

InSite provides both Eclipse-HX and FSII Basestation operators with a GUI to monitor, control and record FreeSpeak II beltpack and transceiver activity

With the creation of the software toolset InSite, fixed installations using the Clear-Com FreeSpeak II wireless intercom can now benefit from remote optimisation and monitoring. InSite provides both Eclipse-HX and FSII Basestation operators with a GUI to monitor, control and record FreeSpeak II beltpack and transceiver activity. Fully integrated into the new EHX v10 application and CCM for the base-station, InSite features a dynamic grid layout that shows beltpack-to-transceiver handovers together with a real-time display of beltpack telemetry information, including battery level, signal strength and connection health. Additionally, the system charts both handovers and beltpack telemetry data in real time.

An update to the V-Series Panel now provides uncompressed AES67 audio to the Eclipse HX E-IPA card, promoting AoIP capability and new colour displays. Capable of monitoring and sending communications over three concurrent AES67 uncompressed audio IP streams, the V-Series Iris Panel also enables systems to deliver uncompressed AES67 audio from user to user with significantly reduced latency. A maximum of 64 Iris Panels per card can be deployed when connected to the high-density, AES67-compliant E-IPA card. The Iris Panel integrates a fully colour configurable OLED to display the user label and port information in dimly lit areas or full daylight. Having optimised the Iris Panel for the new Eclipse HX software running over AES67, it also retains IVC and 4-wire connections for backward compatibility with Eclipse frames running EHX v10 or earlier.

Sister company Trilogy has announced shipment of its Mentor CX changeover unit. Designed to automatically switch video and audio test signals when used with main and backup Mentor RG Signal Pulse Generators, the Mentor family operates in digital or mixed format environments where a digital SPG is required. Mentor CX now offers a manual or automatic changeover between a pair of Mentor RG generators to maximise security for on-air applications. Designed to ensure timing and synchronisation of audio, video and time-code are hot redundant in professional media applications, Mentor CX can monitor up to 22 digital and analogue channels from both RG units. Any signal disruption facilitates a changeover to the secondary Mentor RG, while the Vector web management system provides simplified configuration and management of changeover conditions.



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