PHABRIX and Riedel partner to announce availability of new and versatile functionalities in Sx TAG IP.
New Sx TAG features include:
- NMOS IS-08 Audio Channel Mapping for up to 16ch 2110-30 (PCM) and 2110-31 (AES3) formatted Audio
- Latest updates for NMOS IS-04 and IS-05
The introduction of AMWA IS-08 NMOS Audio Channel Mapping is a major step in the industry support for the AMWA NMOS standards and in line with industry requirements.
“We are delighted to collaborate with PHABRIX on their Sx TAG IP product. As a long-time user of the Sx TAG, we clearly see the great value of PHABRIX Sx handheld test equipment in the ST2110 and ST2022-6 IP market. Joining forces with PHABRIX to create the first handheld 2110 / 2022-6 test equipment truly mobilized the entire team by meeting our needs and those of our customers! I want to thank the entire PHABRIX team and MediorNet IP team for this collaboration.” said Renaud Lavoie, Managing Director Riedel Montreal.
“This is an excellent example of the close working relationship that PHABRIX maintains with technical partners. The Riedel engineering team have been very supportive in helping to bring together PHABRIX’s signal generation and analysis features with Riedel emSFP solutions for both 2022-6 and 2110. This release represents a significant step forward for handheld test and measurement and we are delighted with the incredible level of functionality that has been integrated into the Sx TAG” said Phillip Adams, CEO, PHABRIX.
This advanced NMOS feature set is configurable via Riedel MN SET software, a server/client software application that can run on Windows or on Linux platforms. The software offers various pages allowing quick monitoring of devices and signals, configuration and upgrades. An intuitive control panel is also included allowing routing of individual flows or logical sources. MN SET is available to PHABRIX Sx TAG customers on the PHABRIX web site.
Existing Sx TAG IP devices will be upgraded to bring them up to the latest 2110 and NMOS formats, users can contact PHABRIX support for further details.
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