Solve TodayA?¢A?A?A?A?s Challenging Content Transport Requirements Radio engineers face the challenges of managing their broadcast program contribution and distribution and providing the highest degree of on-air reliability, while still controlling their costs. The field-proven IntraplexA?A?A?® AudioLink PLUSA?¢A?A?A?¢ E1 audio multiplexing system combines bidirectional transport of program audio with a wide variety of other traffic A?¢A?A?A?A? including LAN/WAN data, telephone, intercom, fax, and remote control data A?¢A?A?A?A? all over the same link. And the unique trans-mission robustness and error mitigation.Features: of Intraplex provide users with unmatched reliability. Get a Complete Range of Audio Options A?¢A?A?A?A? and More The AudioLink PLUS system offers the industryA?¢A?A?A?A?s widest range of plug-in modules for program audio, voice and data to combine virtually any mix of payload traffic for transport over E1. Program audio options include true uncompressed linear audio for the highest-quality sound and the lowest processing delay. Compressed audio options such as MPEG II, MPEG III, J.41 and Enhanced apt-XA?A?A?® allow you to increase bandwidth efficiency for consolidation of multiple audio channels and other payloads on the same link. Data modules provide one-way or full-duplex data circuits, with a variety of data rates and Formats for LAN/WAN, control circuits, program associated data and legacy devices. Voice modules transport voice-grade audio for telephone, intercom and fax applications. Whether over E1 land lines or microwave radios, the AudioLink PLUS system delivers superior audio quality and efficiency to broadcast stations and networks worldwide. E1 and IP A?¢A?A?A?A? Build for the Future Intraplex AudioLink PLUS E1 multiplexers can be used in conjunction with Intraplex NetXpressA?¢A?A?A?¢ IP multiplexers. Together, they allow gradual migration from E1 to IP and enable the deployment of hybrid E1/IP contribution and distribution networks that share a common family of audio interface modules. Features: Audio, voice and data transport over E1 networks 17 card slots for application modules. Flexible network topology for multi-site networks Inherently bidirectional, supports contribution and distribution. Compatible with Intraplex NetXpress IP multiplexers. Optional redundant power supply. Optional E1 card and line redundancy In-band network control. Optional SNMP-based IP network control. Communications interface with WindowsA?A?A?®-based IntraGuideA?A?A?® configuration and management software.A typical shelf configuration consists of 1 chassis, 1 power supply, 1 or 2 CM-7RB E1 interface modules, and 1 or 2 module adapters (MAs), 1 for each CM-7RB. See E1 Inputs/outputs for MA options. Audio, voice, and data modules and redundant components are optional. Shelf Configurations ADL-265 E1 drop and insert multiplexer contains 2 CM-7RB modules with MAs, configured for drop and insert or drop and continue operation.Specify the configuration by using one of the following order codes: AudioLink PLUS drop and insert multiplexer with 60W universal AC power supply and two E1 interfaces with 75 Ohm BNC connectors Each AudioLink HD multiplexer is a single three rack unit (3RU) chassis which provides one end of an audio link or a single node in a more complex network involving CrossConnect Systems or Drop and Insert multiplexer configurations. Audio channel modules are not included in these multiplexers. All audio, voice, data and video channel modules must be ordered separately. NOTE 1: Change final character of order code from A?¢A?A?A?A?BA?¢A?A?A? to A?¢A?A?A?A?AA?¢A?A?A? to specify 120 Ohm DB-15 E1 interface connectors. NOTE 2: Change final character of order code from “B” to “C” to specify RJ-48C E1 interface connection.