WaveArt Wave600 Digital FM Transmitter

Call for price 210 7006174

WaveArt is an ABE spin-off specialized in the manufacture of innovative FM transmitters that provide outstanding performances for cutting-edge radio stations.

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Product Description

WaveArt is an ABE spin-off specialized in the manufacture of innovative FM transmitters that provide outstanding performances for cutting-edge radio stations.

The mission: Innovate Radio Broadcasting

Wave Series: the reinvention of the FM Transmitter

Among the main features

Digital processing with DDS modulator
Input: Analog mono/stereo, MPX, AES/EBU, FM tuner, Micro SD card, SAT/DTT receiver and GPS
Advanced Efficiency Boost and Wave Plan functions
Static and dynamic RDS
Web server, event logger, email client, SNMP
Environmental EffiSense sensors for predictive maintenance
Up to 5 years warranty

Wave series of FM Radio Transmitters is the result of an innovative hardware design, combining the latest generation technology with great ease of management.

Digital Processing with DDS Modulator
Digital Processing introduces less distortion, requires no calibration, and allows more flexibility on input and output signal handling. This technology allows a simple transition to Digital Broadcasting and additional tailor-made features.

Constantly up-to-date
We’ll release FREE software upgrades, adding new features, and constantly enhancing the equipment performance. Get the latest software version from our website and upload it via LAN or USB interface.

Free warranty up to 5 years
Wave transmitters are able to collect and process several parameters to evaluate the operating conditions at the site. This feature is crucial for the predictive analysis of potential future failures.
Based on the collected data, the unit recommends the proper operations to extend its lifespan, rewarding more careful customers with an unmatched warranty.

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