RadioScape at IBC 2009
When the world's broadcasters gather in Amsterdam for the annual International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), RadioScape will be exhibiting its most comprehensive selection of products at a trade show to date.The
presence at a trade show, with an increased number of RadioScape staff, members from its
German and Italian representatives, and delegates from its development partner iSET.
On show will be examples of equipment powering the world's most complex and advanced Eureka 147
(DAB+) networks in Australia, such as the 42 Day Off-Air Recorder, ETI Input Provider (with
Delay), and the new DMB-A Encoder designed to service the forthcoming French Digital Radio
Market. The T-DMB Encoder will soon be added to the product range.
Visitors to stand 8.A04 will also be able to see the Seamless ETI switch (2H-ETIS), currently in
operation around the globe in markets such as Belgium and Switzerland.
Renowned for its Audio Encoders and Multiplex products servicing the DAB markets since 1997,
RadioScape's product range has expanded to deliver the most comprehensive selection of
Monitoring equipment for the Digital Radio Market - including ETI, SFN and fully portable Field
Monitors that can be seen during IBC.
Additionally, RadioScape's unique Data Creation
Services Suite (1H-DCSS) will be shown. This
provides a simple, cost effective solution to
create, edit and manage the full range of Data
Services, including EPG, PAD, SLS, BWS, EWS, and
TTI; these will be included in the ensemble transmitted from the stand.
RadioScape's full range of DAB, DAB+ and DMB-A
products have been engineered to be EDI ready -
to be able to operate under the new ETSI defined
protocols when they are ratified providing the
largest range of IP based Eureka 147 products on
the market by building on the 10 years of
unparalleled experience RadioScape has in this field.
RadioScape's most successful first quarter to
date has set the scene for RadioScape's most
dynamic IBC yet, as broadcasters continue the
worldwide expansion of Digital Radio.