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FreeSpeak gains an Edge

FreeSpeak gains an Edge

FreeSpeak gains an Edge

FreeSpeak Edge makes use of AES67 connections between the transceivers and the host intercom frame

FreeSpeak Edge is the latest entry to Clear-Com’s FreeSpeak digital wireless intercom family. It has been designed from scratch, based on user feedback received from its predecessor, FreeSpeak II, and is described by the manufacturer as its ‘most advanced wireless intercom system’, suited for use in the ‘most complex live performance environments’.

FreeSpeak Edge provides new control and customisation options, with advanced frequency coordination capabilities and an intuitive design for transceivers and beltpacks. A 5GHz chipset includes an exclusive radio stack development, optimised for intercom use. FreeSpeak Edge also makes use of AES67 connections between the transceivers and the host intercom frame for increased flexibility in deployment.

The manufacturer’s FreeSpeak II wireless intercom system has received a new member. The FreeSpeak II IPT transceiver uses AES67 transport, low-latency signal distribution, high radio performance and high audio bandwidth, all of which are said to enable FreeSpeak II wireless beltpacks to be deployed across a user’s LAN. The IPT connects to an AES67-compatible IP router and to Clear-Com’s Eclipse HX system via the E-IPA card.

The LQ Series
The LQ Series

Clear-Com has also developed the LQ Series IP interfaces which allow users to move and distribute audio and communications signals, SIP and Network Control Events (GPIO) to and from one or more communication points depending on user configuration. The audio-over-IP interfaces can be used to network geographically dispersed audio and communications devices of any brand or technology type over secure LAN, WAN or public internet.

Eclipse HX, meanwhile, will now support SMPTE 2110-30 and AES67 interoperability and is said to mark the completion of the Eclipse HX system growth. IP toolset within Eclipse provides a range of benefits, including LAN/WAN/internet-based panel deployment; IP-based control mechanisms include HCI and Logic-Maestro; the ability to interface and leverage third-party devices; LQ, SIP and Agent-IC integration; and AES67 support for wireless and wired interconnects.

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