Are you planning a strategy to migrate to digital audio and require an upgrade to your existing STL or intersite communications infrastructure?
Due to the advent and greater prevalence of HDTV, HD-Radio and IP radio, there’s a need for broadcasters to embrace packet-switched IP hardware for efficient processing of video & audio streams. With this new hardware comes many new options that high-speed bi-directional microwave links can really help capitalize on.
Packet-based IP radios are an excellent method for digital Voice and Video transmission, offering very high capacity from 1.5Mbps, suitable for AoIP for FM/HDradio, up to 1Gbps for very high numbers of video streams, providing access to off-site program storage, satellite downlinks and much more. Highly reliable solutions are available in licensed and unlicensed frequencies to suit application and budget. These radio links can be engineered for long distances yet still maintain high speeds & availability targets required in mission-critical broadcast applications.
IP radios are an excellent method to provide critical infrastructure AoIP and Video data transmission, offering very high capacity and reliability in licensed or unlicensed frequency bands. They are well suited to STLs, inter-site/remote links, audio/video trunks or any high-speed link between facilities. That said, not all equipment is created equal and its important to understand the benefits of our purpose-built outdoor solutions using high-spec components and superior design. There is a difference between us and the broken audio/video streams caused by inadequate internal processors, excessive RF noise, cheap plastic housings and poorly engineered hardware typical of lesser products touted as broadband solutions.
Alliance has partnered with industry-leading vendors to bring you a complete wireless solution. We will help you design a wireless network of any complexity and supply you with everything you need from the transceivers to cables, antennas, towers & accessories. Learn about the advantages of these digital radio solutions for your STLs and other applications by watching this recording of one of our webinars.
Contact Alliance Corporation today for help with your wireless project.
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