08.17.2005 01:47 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
APT to show new options for WorldNet Oslo audio codec

The WorldNet Oslo is a modular, multiple channel audio codec.
Audio compression specialist APT will introduce new options for the WorldNet Oslo at IBC2005. The WorldNet Oslo is a modular, multiple channel audio codec designed to meet the needs of broadcasters working with FM, DAB, HD Radio and 5.1 applications.

APT will announce the availability of an IP transport card in addition to the existing E1/T1 options providing broadcasters with the ability to deliver enhanced apt-X coded audio over synchronous or packetized networks. The Ethernet interface can also be used for WAN/LAN data transfer.

Other new options include the Quad Encoder and Decoder modules, offering four simplex channels per card. Using a Quad Simplex Card along with a fully duplex stereo card will provide a 5.1 solution for broadcasters wishing to transport multichannel audio.

See APT at IBC2005 stand 8.531 or visit www.aptx.com.

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