10.16.2006 08:00 AM
Tieline codecs enable remote broadcast via Internet

Tieline Technology, an Indiana-based provider of remote broadcast digital audio codecs, has enabled IP-based connections with its G3 Commander and i-Mix G3 platforms.

The audio-over-IP capability allows broadcasters to connect reliably over the Internet and deliver FM-quality mono and stereo audio for remote broadcasts. Expensive ISDN and digital-leased lines are no longer needed.

The new IP software has been integrated into the Tieline Commander G3 field codec and i-Mix G3 codec. Broadcasters can also go wireless over 802.11 Wi-Fi connections.

Tieline said it was the first company to offer in one codec multiple connections over multiple networks with POTS, ISDN, GSM and the new wired and wireless IP options.

For more information, visit www.tieline.com.

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