A synchronous transmission device for FM broadcasting “RFD Sync-A300”
In 2024, there will be no primary means of synchronization in the public network, and NTT plans to discontinue ISDN service in January 2024, which will result in the loss of network synchronization (clock) signals and the need for new alternatives to network synchronization signals. Radio broadcasters currently using ISDN service are encouraged to consider the “RFD Sync-A300”, a digital voice synchronous transmission device that can be used with IP packet communication networks (optical line service).
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