Inovonics Ships New Web-Enabled AM Monitor-Receiver

Inovonics is now shipping its new SOFIA AM SiteStreamer+ monitoring platform, the latest addition to its SiteStreamer series of signal monitoring products. The new product offers advanced features for critical monitoring situations to radio broadcast professionals.

The Inovonics SOFIA 567 AM SiteStreamer+ includes many new features that work in tandem with the company’s INOmini SiteStreamers web-enabled receivers for remote signal monitoring. They are typically installed at a broadcast transmitter site, or any remote location with an Internet connection.

The SOFIA 567 provides analog, AES3-digital and AoIP-streaming audio outputs. The web interface enables remote tuning, streamed audio, station switching, alarms, and more. Internet-listening is streamed for up to 10 listeners at once. Multiple stations can be sequentially monitored using the programmable StationRotation feature.


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