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Expanding audio connectivity

The benefits that Ravenna/AES67 connectivity brings to the IQOYA range of AoIP codecs is being showcased by Digigram. This allows users to get audio data directly from an in-studio Ravenna or AES67 network and subsequently encode and stream it over IP to transmitter sites via a WAN in compliance with EBU ACIP.

Now shipping with Ravenna/AES67 connectivity, Digigram’s IQOYA *SERV/LINK incorporates multiple distribution codec instances and the company’s FluidIP audio streaming engine on a single processing hardware platform.

The company said this would simplify the transport of multiple audio signals (mono, stereo, and multichannel) over IP networks in a high-density format. The IQOYA *SERV/LINK codec allows radio and TV broadcasters to configure multiple-stereo or multichannel solutions for links between studios and between the studio and transmitters, DVB/cable operators, or content delivery networks.

Also Ravenna/AES67-compliant, the IQOYA *LINK and IQOYA *LINK/LE audio-over-IP codecs are full-duplex encoding and decoding solutions that provide uncompromising performance for IP-based studio-to-studio and studio-to-transmitter links, as well as audio program delivery to DVB/cable operators, said Digigram.

Another product on show at the Digigram stand is the company’s IQOYA *CALL and IQOYA *CALL/LE AoIP program contribution codecs, which now provide AES67 connectivity.