03.17.2004 12:00 PM
Audemat-Aztec to release GoldenEagle monitoring system

Audemat-Aztec will unveil the GoldenEagle monitoring system for NTSC, PAL and SECAM operation at NAB2004.

The GoldenEagle analog TV is designed to provide off-air monitoring with remote control. From one antenna, the system automatically monitors the quality and continuity of up to 40 TV programs and notifies the person responsible for maintenance of any problem by sending an alarm.

The GoldenEagle TV offers functions such as audio and video streaming, audio recording, picture storage, automatic scanning, and measurement consultation and storage. The embedded Web site facilitates navigation in a user-friendly IP environment. Linux OS enables high reliability and easy software evolutions.

For more information, visit booth N1426 or go to www.audemat-aztec.com.

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