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AETA AUDIO Codecs

Wireless.

Mobile.

Truly.

 

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AETA AUDIO SYSTEMS

AETA IS A HIGHLY INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURER OF AUDIO CODECS BASED IN PARIS, FRANCE. AETA HAD SEVERAL INDUSTRY FIRSTS IN THE PAST AND IS AN AUTHORITY IN SOUND. AETA AUDIO HAS BEEN A FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE IP WORKGROUP IN EUROPE AND AETA`S ENGINEERS ARE ALWAYS DRIVEN TO TAKE THEIR DEVELOPMENTS ONE STEP FURTHER.

Really? You thought you get an IP Connection?

IP CONNECTIONS ARE THE WAY TO GO WHEN YOU HAVE ENOUGH BANDWIDTH. BUT WHAT IF YOU GET INTO DENSE SITUATIONS WHERE IT BECOMES TRICKY TO SETUP A WORKING IP CONNECTION?

Imagine you arrive at a ground where bandwidth is short. Most events which are important enough to report about them like sports events, political happenings and emergencies usually have in common that you are not alone. Reporters, TV broadcasters who need a lot of bandwidth, spectators who want to share the event with their friends on social media. That all makes it challenging for you to setup a stable IP connection and the more interesting the event the smaller your chances to succeed.

Here HD Voice comes into play. 

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What is HD Voice?

HD VOICE - ALSO KNOWN AS AMR-WB - IS AN ALGORITHM FOR VOICE CALLS WHICH HAS WITH 7 kHz A BETTER QUALITY THAN A USUAL PHONE CALL, SHORTER DELAYS AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST BECAUSE IT IS "CIRCUIT-SWITCHED" ONCE YOU HAVE ESTABLISHED A CONNECTION YOU WILL MUCH LIKELY KEEP IT.

Products


ScoopFone US

Mobile Device for hd voice Live audio remotes

ScoopFone US extends the range of ultra-portable solutions for AoIP transmission over mobile 3G and 3G+ networks. This mode adds to the mobile voice and HD Voice capability already available on the ScoopFone range.

The coding algorithms available for AoIP are OPUS, G722 and G711.

ScoopFone US remains as easy to use as possible. To simplify IP connections, a SIP account is readily available and active; the coding mode is selected automatically depending on the device being called, with a priority on OPUS. A network quality meter guides the user for adjusting the bit rate if needed. The interface is intuitive, making ScoopFone US a simple-to-use device with optimal transmission performance.

The ScoopFone US is also available in a rackmount version, ScoopFone US-R.

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ScoopFone US-R

RAckmount device for Hd Voice audio remotes

ScoopFone HD-R units allow superior broadcasting quality using the 2G/3G telephone network, including the new HD Voice service which allows a 7kHz audio bandwidth (as opposed to the 3kHz telephone service).

Up to three ScoopFone HD-R units can be installed in a single 1U 19 inch rack for fixed installations.

Two versions are available: ScoopFone HD-R/E (Ethernet) and ScoopFone HD-R/R (Relay). The Relay (GPIO) version provides contacts to initiate a call, and also provides status information via the relays - perfect for motorbike use for example.

ScoopFone HD-R’s broadcast specification input and output interfaces with full RF shielding of all audio circuits ensure interference-free audio. The digital nature of the system provides a complete separation of the send and return circuits - each with its own dedicated audio connection.

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ScoopTeam

Commentary codec

ScoopTeam is a commentary unit integrating a codec for live transmission of one or two audio signals in high audio quality (up to 20 kHz bandwidth). Perfect for TV sports reporting, it also fits the needs of live radio sports. The two audio channels can be set with a single destination (transmission in “dual mono” format), or two separate destinations (double codec). Stereo algorithms (MPEG Layer 2, AAC, Opus, Linear) allow you to use ScoopTeam to transmit a stereo stream by using the coordination bus for mixing the right channel.
The interface is as simple to use as possible, with assignable buttons and knobs for settings and volume adjustments.

 
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