XAVTEL COMMUNICATIONS, INC. – SENATOR 900 — Fully Digital and Networked Distance Conference System

Xavtel’s Senator 900 system employs one DCP900 processor to provide connections for up to 100 delegate units in a redundant loop or two daisy chains via Mic-Link.

Xavtel’s Senator 900 system employs one DCP900 processor to provide connections for up to 100 delegate units in a redundant loop or two daisy chains via Mic-Link. Capable of forming a daisy chain with up to 64 DCA660 digital amplifiers via STP CAT5/6 cable, the system is also able to cascade to up to 32 processors via STP CAT5/6 or fiber optic cable.

Xavtel’s proprietary “mix-minus auto calibration” function eases initial system setup by automatically adjusting the suitable parameters to prevent feedback. With the optional AEC-card (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) using Xavtel’s RAPIDO™ AEC algorithm installed in the processor, the Senator 900 supports VoIP function with SIP protocol for AEC web conferencing. This not only eliminates the need for a very expensive AEC audio DSP hardware, but allows conferences to progress more smoothly and naturally.

DCP900_picture_front_right45° - Elke HsuSelling Points:

  • Redundant loop/daisy chain architecture
  • Fully digital, high-security network
  • Mix-minus automatic calibration
  • Enhanced DSP and individual settings
  • Remote conferencing with RAPIDO™ Acoustic Echo Cancellation
  • Integrated conference control
  • System configuration via web browser

 

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http://www.xavtel.com

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