Deva Shows FM Monitoring System
DB4004 is Deva Broadcast’s second-generation digital FM radio modulation analyzer.
The system, which Deva says is the fruit of the company’s vast experience in FM radio monitoring and FM radio measurement, features an easy-to-read, high-resolution OLED graphic display and ultrabright 60-segment LED bar graph indicators that allow the user to read the main signal parameters at a glance.
The system’s processing power, explains the firm, enables all measurements to be refreshed simultaneously and synchronously, thereby allowing for detailed readings of all FM multiplex signal components.
The DB4004 is designed to support USB and LAN communication interfaces, which allow for remote connection flexibility and easy control of the unit. The built-in FTP system manages the files by an assigned schedule, while all the collected information is centralized in a database and can be revised, played back and sent automatically to designated staff.
The band analyzer function of the DB4004 gives an overview of all the FM signals available and the RF signal strength of those stations. According to Deva, the device is a cost-effective solution for quality and continuity station monitoring. Able to monitor up to 50 FM radio stations, the DB4004 is equipped with TCP/IP connectivity, audio streaming and automatic alerts for operation outside predefined ITU-R ranges.
NAB Show Booth: C747