WorldCast Systems Supplies Ecreso FM Transmitters To Radio Maryja In Poland

WorldCast Systems provided Ecreso transmitters through its partner, BCAST, an emission services provider for public and commercial radio and TV broadcasters in Poland.

BCAST purchased over 20 Ecreso transmitters. This order will be used to supply BCAST’s own stations as well as replace Radio Maryja’s transmitters in multiple sites across Poland.

As the new broadcast operator for Radio Maryja, BCAST will ensure the reliable emission of their FM signals in twelve cities, including Warsaw, Lublin and Czestochowa. The new Ecreso equipment, ranging from 300W to 5kW powers, will support SmartFM, a worldwide patented Artificial Intelligence for FM radio.

SmartFM technology was developed by WorldCast Systems and offers lower power consumption by 10 to 40 percent through electricity savings, reduced cooling and limited CO2 emissions.

Ecreso transmitters have up to a 76 percent efficiency and a host of onboard features such as 5-band sound processing, dynamic RDS encoding and MPX/Composite over AES compatibility. 

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