21 April 2006

Comlab introduces its Next Generation Davicom MAC at NAB2006

Visit us at booth N1000 in Las Vegas, Nevada, from April 24th to 27th.

(Quebec City, Canada) - Leading broadcasters around the world rely on Davicom MAC units to remotely monitor and control their transmitter sites and unattended studios, allowing them to reduce their operating costs and downtime.



Next generation MAC units now include secure, 128-bit encrypted IP communications (LAN, WAN, Internet), and can accommodate two modems (one as a primary link using landline, and a backup using GSM for example). Also, up to 4 different users can connect simultaneously to the units.


New MAC units are bilingual (one ASCII and one Unicode character set) and allow each user to select the language of his choice for MacComm displays, as well as the voice response system. Your local dealer can even record custom vocabulary into the MAC units, allowing these units to “speak” with user-defined phrases.


Each unit has 128 timers (to program AM day/night pattern changes, set up multiple alarm-call lists for day/night work shifts or vacations, etc.), 128 virtual logic gates and mathematical functions (to program more conditional actions and complex logic operations), and 128 virtual relays (all physical and virtual relays can be configured for latch & follow modes, and variable pulse length).


Visit us at booth N1000 and try our exciting Next Generation Davicom MAC remote monitoring and control system for the broadcast industry.


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