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Genie enrols at KTN

Genie enrols at KTN

Genie enrols at KTN

Korea:

Korea University Television Network (KTN), an on-campus television network, recently opened a new studio in its media hall. As part of the setup, the studio and control room have been equipped with a LaON Genie intercom system, designed and installed by Kyma Systems. Production company MBC C&I offered consultancy support.

Genie is described by LaON as the first converged digital intercom system, which facilitates both PoE wired and 5GHz wireless communications via a single base station. The matrix-free and scalable intercom system offers KTN up to 188 IP or wireless beltpack connection channels, allowing for 70 beltpacks to remain in full-duplex mode. This met KTN’s requirements for additional grouping channels and multiple routing interfaces.

The installation at KTN includes a BS1000 base station and RA100 remote antenna. Three of the system’s routing channels are connected to cameras, an external OB van and PA devices respectively and multiple wireless beltpack group channels are assigned to the announcers and camera crew, as well as any other production teams.

Following installation, LaON conducted a training session on the Genie system at KTN. ‘And after the training, our client commented that they are satisfied with the various functions of the Genie system as well as the system’s scalability,’ explained LaON’s sales manager, Miyoun Park. ‘With our new system, Genie, in addition to wireless beltpacks, Ethernet beltpacks and speaker stations can be additionally configured later without the need for a complicated installation.’



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