West Point’s history as the educational launching pad of hundreds of years of America’s military leadership required precision and quality for the school’s student operated radio station. West Point officials chose DNAV as the integration company to lead the charge!
The installation included two consoles and new furniture. An SAS Rio Bravo was used as the central I/O engine for the technical operations center. Studios were kept sleek with one rack unit SAS nucleus engines. Several hundred Dante channels are available facility wide to satisfy both radio, web streaming and live TV streaming broadcasts. A custom coded macro was written into the SAS software to meet TV broadcast obligations to restrict or allow the broadcast over the radio or network for Army Football games.