Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
BOC selects Clear-Com intercom systems for two events
The Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2008 Summer Olympics deployed Clear-Com’s intercom solutions for the International Sailing Federation’s (ISAF) 2006 Qingdao International Regatta in August and the International Softball Federation’s (ISF) XI Women’s Fast Pitch World Championship in Beijing, China, which concluded in September.
The Beijing International Sailing Federation’s intercom deployment included the Eclipse-32 Matrix system along with an i-station intercom panel, TW-60 radio interface module, IMF-102 interface frame and the CCI Party-Line products.
Clear-Com’s Eclipse-32 Matrix intercom offered the regatta’s production and organizational staff up to 32 input/output ports for full-duplex connections with panels and external lines and the ability to link up to other Eclipse-32 or Eclipse-208 matrices intelligently in a 1RU chassis.
The International Softball Federation’s XI Women’s Fast Pitch World Championship used Clear-Com’s most advanced Party-Line intercom system, the MS-440 with the KB-211 two-channel speaker station, to manage the event’s communications among the game’s directors, announcers and scorekeepers.
With a single Clear-Com MS-440 intercom system, the softball federation was able to provide each of the event’s management stations with its own four-channel intercom.
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