SEE’s FM/DAB AUDIO Rack repeats the FM signal picked up by an FM Selective Repeater Amplifier, and direct it to area 1 and 2 with led visualization.
It activates the insertion control, cuts the FM capture and allows the modulation of an Emergency Message on the same FM frequency by the MFM module.
- Emergency FM / DAB Audio & Text Message Insertion
- FM / DAB Broadcasting Service Continuity Extension
- Scalable & Redundant solution
- Easy Installation & Monitoring
- RDS compatibility to implement a particular RDS signaling during insertions.
- Use of commands to handle messages received in car radios.
- Allows to separate the desired signal from other signals with precision
- Broadcast of a signal instead of 5 SRA modules
Why is our FM/ DAB Emergency Message Insertion so unique and different?
Maximum of Flexibility
- Scalable and redudant solution
- Emergency Message Insertion in specific zones
- Live or prerecorded Message
- Various broadcasting profiles
- Digital Processing
- Easy & Ready to Use Monitoring and Control
- Zoning Available of Emergency Message Insertion
- Rackable Module or Wall Mounted enclosure
- Multi Language Messages
|MFM Radio Features|
|Frequency Band||87-108 MHz|
|Channel spacing||200 KHz|
|RF Input||0 dBm|
|Audio Input||10 dB|
|Modulation spacing band||60KHz +/-|
|ROS||less than 1,5|
|RDS Radio Features|
|Groups supported||0A, 2A|
|PS, PI, PTY||1, 1, 1|
|RT rate setting||yes|
|Dynamic PS||64 characters|
|Synchro pilote @ 19 KHz||level -50 dBu to +12 dBu@19KHz|
|Output level||0 to 3.2 V|
|Configuration||by USB port on the front panel|
|Support Service||Phone and Email: 24/24 7/7|
They use our Solution
Designed to be used by firemen, police forces, civil defense workers, road managers, rescue vehicle operators and so on, the SEE Emergency Message Insertion is a packaged product that uses RDS, DAB and FM transmitters to inform people who might be distracted by loud music, works noise etc. about an immediate emergency.
Here are some examples of the use of our system:
- Public order messages (special or unexpected events, etc.)
- Alerts about approaching rescue vehicles
- Alerts on natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, tornadoes, etc.)
- Special warnings
- Alerts about approaching large, slow-moving vehicles
- Warnings about the presence of people/animals/objects on the road
- Special alert messages for the population coming from police forces, firemen etc.