The system is based on the Go multiplexer, but offers significantly more computing power and three Gigabit network interfaces. The main difference is the use in redundant headadends supported by DABMUX plus. In addition, further data services are offered.
The device is realized as a 19″ x 1U system with integrated power supply and redundant power supply. The system has a graphical, colored display, but more convenient control, monitoring and configuration is possible via an HTML5-compatible web browser.
Up to 25 programme providers can be connected via external audio encoders. Installing the encoders directly in the studio effectively prevents audio quality from being impaired by codec cascading.
Optionally, integrated Audio Encoders with AES67 input are available and external and internal encoders can be used in combination.
In order to satisfy as many applications as possible and also for future developments, the MAGIC DABMUX plus has considerably more interfaces than the Go multiplexer. It therefore has three GBit Ethernet network interfaces, which enable the configuration of up to three IP addresses per interface as well as VLANs. The system also offers 2 x USB 2.0 interfaces and an SD card slot.
Alternatively to using the MAGIC SDC, an optional integrated EDI/ETI redundancy switching is now available.
- DSP-based Ensemble Multiplexer
- Configuration via web browser
- 3 x GBit Ethernet
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 1 x SD card slot
- EDI, optional ETI module
- Redundant power supply
- Synchronization via NTP
- Connection of up to 25 encoders possible
- Optional integrated redundancy switching
- Optional integrated encoders with AES67 input