Factum Radioscape’s ENMUXA (DAB encoding + multiplexing) and OBSERVA (DAB monitoring) products will soon be deployed in Hobart, Darwin and Canberra as Australia expands its digital radio broadcast coverage.
In collaboration with multiple service providers, ENMUXA’s versatility is being utilised to its full extent with a variety of setups and configurations. These include a range of audio input sources from AES/EBU to AES67 (AoIP) to web streams.
Via an intuitive web interface, broadcasters will have service multiplexing privileges, enabling them to configure their allocated portion of the ensemble multiplexer independent of their counterparts.
All installation and commissioning will be executed remotely with the entire broadcast chain being monitored and validated by Factum Radioscape’s unrivalled OBSERVA monitoring range.
Factum Radioscape’s Managing Director, Thomas Durkin, said, “Factum Radioscape are proud to further their relationship with Australian broadcasters. Their vision and implementation of DAB in Australia is a blueprint for success and it’s great to be a part of it. We look forward to working with all participants of this project in the coming weeks.”
In addition, Global Sales Manager, Andy Joseph said, “After recently securing a support contract to update current Metro deployments, to have the opportunity to work on 3 new regions is a project our whole team is excited for. We look forward, in conjunction with our Australian partners, Rae Air, to begin installation.”