The system can be connected anywhere in the ETI 2Mbits/s signal (NA, G.704 and NI, G. 703) to be monitored, or it can be connected in parallel with the signal path.
All Audio programmes in the data stream are monitored and an individual programme can be extracted and decoded.
The Audio signal can be output as an analogue, or optionally as a digital (AES3) signal. A headphone output is also available.
All available programmes are shown in list form on the front display. Selecting an audio programme displays all relevant information for the currently selected programme.
Two relays and six GPIO contacts are provided for external signalling of alarms. Additionally, up to 7000 alarms with date and time can be stored in the system, without the need for a PC.
DABSTOR-E is controlled via the integrated LAN interface. SNMP enables DABSTOR-E to be integrated into a network management system.
The ability to extract a single programme from the DAB Ensemble provides a cost-effective Audio programme feed for non-DAB applications, without the need to use additional transmission lines, for example: FM Audio programmes can be fed to transmitter locations or inserted into cable networks.
Windows PC Software provides detailed alarm monitoring. The content of the ETI data stream can be displayed and the internal alarm memory can be read. All relevant information, e.g. 2Mbits/s alarms, number of sub-channels, types of sub-channels, etc., can be displayed.