Many of the largest public and private broadcast networks in the world use Davicom systems to monitor and control their transmitter sites.áThis ensures uninterrupted access to broadcast information by the listening public because site equipment status and performance is continuously monitored.

Davicom remote monitoring systems can be deployed in small as well as in larger networks comprised of hundreds of transmission sites.áThe units may be networked and connected to a NOC (Network Operation Center) for global monitoring of transmission sites.

When connected to Davicom units, equipment can be reached through SNMP, MODBUS or standard GPIO (General Purpose I/O) communication.

Davicom units are connected to the outside world with an IP link or with standard PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network).

SNMP for broadcast


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