Whoever said broadcast equipment sales and installation was not adventurous?
How many people get to say they have visited Greenland?
The world’s largest island is, to say the least, a challenging environment. But WorldCast Systems equipment was chosen for the installation of equipment at 70 Tusass IP audio network sites. In Greenland radio, TV and internet are handled by Tusass, often within the same digital network. Tusass operates as the post office, communications overseer and operator all rolled into one.
For the radio transmission job 140 Ecreso FM transmitters were acquired. At the network headend APT Frame multichannel modular codecs found work. In the harsh environment redundancy is not a luxury but a requirement so the Frame’s dual power supplies fit the bill.
On the receiving end at individual sites APT’s soft IP codec was resident on Ecreso AiO FM transmitters to get the audio to the transmitting outlet. WorldCast’s SureStream audio stream reliability/redundancy technology added needed surety to signal arrival.
Overseeing and monitoring the operation was WorldCast’s network management platform, Kybio.