The company says that its ScoopTeam commentary unit and ScoopFone audio codec have both been upgraded to 5G to provide wider network connectivity.
In addition, AETA claims it has enhanced ScoopTeam’s feature list to provide large and small stations the ability to cover events with guaranteed audio quality. The ScoopTeam commentary unit also offers Ethernet, 4G, Wi-Fi, VoLTE ISDN and AES67 connections together with “AETA remote access” technology so technicians in the master control room can take control of units wherever they are.
Meanwhile, ScoopFone5G is based on the ScoopFone4G audio codec to provide the ability to connect to 5G, 4G and 3G networks.
AETA will also demonstrate its ScoopyFlex ultra-portable codec which the company says offers 5G capability, embedded Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, as well as two mobile network connections, as well as the MultiScoop which is a modular unit featuring fully redundant multi-connectivity, AES67, IP security, reliability as well as legacy ISDN connection.