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The model 713 incorporates all the features of our field-proven Model 712, but additionally gives dynamic, on-the-fly programming access via a local network (or even the Internet!) with its built-in TCP/IP interface. This connectivity permits full integration of RDS/RBDS transmissions with the station’s other networked functions, including message streams for digital radio and Webcasting.
Front-panel USB access further simplifies programming of all static RDS/RBDS information. The Inovonics 713 is a full-function encoder with features and performance that match or exceed those of European design.
European CENELEC and United States NRSC
AF (Alternative Frequencies) The encoder maintains a list of stations on a network or with rebroadcast translators. This allows radios to seek the strongest signal for a specific transmission.
The encoder internally combines the RDS subcarrier with the composite/MPX input, which appears at the encoder output at unity gain.
Only the RDS subcarrier appears at the encoder output. It is subsequently combined with the composite/MPX program signal at the FM exciter.
Unbalanced, bridging BNC; accepts either a sample of the composite/MPX signal or 19kHz TTL-level sync from the stereo generator. Operation reverts to an internal crystal timebase for monaural transmissions.
An unbalanced, 75-ohm BNC output to feed the wideband input of an FM exciter. The RDS subcarrier is continuously adjustable between zero and 2 volts p-p.
Front-panel access for rapid local programming of static data.
An RS-232 rear-panel DB9 connector that can connect directly to station automation for dynamic messaging; 2400 –115,200 baud.
An RJ-45 ‘Ethernet’ connection for TCP/IP programming of all encoder functions over a network or the Internet.
The temporary TA flag is set either by a software command or with a momentary contact closure through a rear-panel terminal strip.
105 –130VAC or 210–255VAC, 50/60Hz; 10W
13/4”H x 19”W x 7”D (1U); 8 lbs.