When Public Radio station WLIW decided on a clean slate rebuild of studios on Main Street in South Hampton, New York, DNAV was chosen to plan and turn-key the project. After establishing clear project goals with inspired creativity from staff and local engineering, DNAV designed a punctilious network framework to support IP audio and video, daily broadcast demands and podcast requirements.
Zetta Automation by RCS was chosen for audio playback and redundant audio from the studio, transmitter and cloud. SAS iSL and Ruby-T consoles, driven by Nucleus and Rio Bravo engines featuring Dante AoIP provide audio routing throughout the facility and to the transmitter site via dark fiber. Panasonic PTZ camera systems and NewTek Tricaster video switching tie podcast and live stream features into daily operation.
DNAV audio processing gurus installed a Dante AoIP to processor link, featuring an Orban 8700i audio processor. Special emphasis was placed on reduction of multipath artifacts utilizing special phase correction technology.