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RTS provides a voice for Adam

RTS provides a voice for Adam

RTS provides a voice for Adam

The RVON+ sends and receives keypanel audio and data over long distances via standard IP networks and Ethernet connections

RTS has developed the RVON+ card to provide its Adam and Adam-M digital matrices with voice-over-IP communications. The RVON+ is hot swappable and supports up to 32 bidirectional audio channels, data and RTS Intelligent Trunking-over-IP. It also reportedly consumes less power while offering a higher channel capacity.

RVON stands for RTS Voice Over Network. It facilitates sending and receiving of keypanel audio and data over long distances via standard IP networks and Ethernet connections. As audio and data can be transmitted over the internet via a trio of audio codecs – the G.711, G.722 and G.729 – there is no limitation to the distance. It also supports two SFP fibre connections and gives the option of using two virtual serial connections via an IP connection. When used with trunking, it eliminates the need for multiple IP resources.


IPedit software can be used to configure RVON+ to set Ethernet auto-negotiation parameters and view multiple RVON devices simultaneously. All RVON devices can be seen independently of the frame in which they are located. If required, a software licence expansion option expands the RVON+ card from 16 to 32 channels.

Also new is the PAP-5032, which combines the features of a programme assign panel, an audio monitor and a level control panel in one. Users can assign multiple programme sources in real time to more than 16 IFB destinations. The panel also offers up to 64 programme sources and 64 IFB destinations using standard EKP expansion panels. Real-time routing, audio monitoring and gain adjustment of programme inputs or IFB outputs are also possible.

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