And Scott Martin of Nautel Release Joint White Paper
31 March 2004, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Scott Martin of Nautel and Frank Foti of Omnia Audio will release their joint white paper “Enhancing the Digital Path: Digital Multiplex (D-MPX) Connectivity” at the Broadcast Engineering Conference, held during NAB 2004.
The technical paper looks at the problems of modulation overshoots due to sample rate convertors and the connection method of AES/EBU pertaining to stereo generation in the exciter as opposed to the processor. The discussion will reveal a new concept for high performance MPX generation and interconnectivity to an audio processor.
Also discussed will be the advent of HD Radio and a new performance digital path presented.
This joint presentation is slated to be delivered at 3.00 p.m., Monday, April 19th at the NAB Convention Center, Room N110 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Omnia, a Telos company, is world-renowned for its digital audio signal processing expertise. Omnia audio processors for FM, AM, TV, HD Radio & DAB, Internet, and audio production are setting new standards for professional audio quality. Omnia products will be on display in the Telos / Omnia booth #N1416 at the Spring NAB convention. For more information, call Caroline Dorsey at Omnia Audio or browsewww.omniaaudio.com.
Nautel has earned an international reputation as a world leader in the design and manufacturing of exclusively solid state radio transmitters. Since 1969, customers have put Nautel's transmitters in the field for AM broadcast, FM broadcast and navigation assistance applications. Nautel’s products can be found in more than 160 countries, on every continent, and in climates ranging from arctic, to desert to jungle. Nautel is a licensed manufacturer of High Definition Radio (HD-Radio) and is an active member of the DRM Consortium. For more information, please visit www.nautel.com. Nautel will be at the NAB Convention, booth N3302.
Omnia, a Telos company, is world-renowned for its digital audio signal processing expertise. Omnia audio processors for FM, AM, TV, HD Radio & DAB, Internet, and audio production are setting new standards for professional audio quality.