Based on IP and DECT expandable, this system integrates with the Artist digital matrix intercom manufacturer to offer new features and connectivity with which the company says will change the market rules intercom.

The multinational Riedel He has used its participation in Prolight+Sound 2017, Held these days in Frankfurt to present Bolero, its new solution based talkback expandable DECT and IP; Artist integrated with its parent and completely roaming in the range license-free frequency 1.9 GHz, among other features.

Bolero takes full advantage of the NFC (Near Field Communication) and ADR (Advanced Receiver DECT) technology and has new features and connectivity that allow its application in three ways, as indicated from the company: as a pack wireless band; as a wireless keyboard panel and first in the industry, as a walkie-talkie.

This solution works through a standards-based IP network AES67. Decentralized antennas are connected to the AES67 switches and the frames of Artist, equipped with AES67 customer cards, the result is an ecosystem intercom fully integrated point-to-point, with seamless roaming capabilities.

El codificador de voz de Bolero ofrece mayor inteligibilidad de la palabra y un uso más eficiente del espectro, soportando el doble de beltpacks por antena para el mismo ancho de banda de audio que otros sistemas basados en DECT. En cuanto al códec, se caracteriza por una latencia excepcional, con una óptima potencia de procesamiento y gran duración de la batería del cinturón, lo que ahorra potencia de procesamiento DSP para otras funciones.

Riedel has also joined Bolero its exclusive ADR technology (Advanced DECT Receiver) of diversity receiver to reduce sensitivity to reflections of RF multipath, resulting in this system is used in difficult RF environments where other solutions have great difficulty.

Como explica Jake Dodson, director de gestión de productos de Riedel, “cuando diseñamos Bolero queríamos hacer la vida lo más fácil posible al cliente. La inscripción puede ser un proceso complejo que requiere que un usuario entre en el menú de la petaca y aplicar un código ‘pin’ para que pueda registrarse en las respectivas antenas, y que puede llevar un par de minutos por petaca. Imagine hacer esto para veinticinco beltpacks. Bolero incorpora NFC tanto en la petaca como en la antena activa, y el usuario sólo necesita acercar el beltpack a la antena para completar el proceso de registro”.

Another feature is that it supports Bluetooth 4.1 to connect a Bluetooth headset or a smartphone, so that the beltpack can act as a hands-free for the user to receive calls on your phone, and talk and listen through your headset beltpack; and make calls and connect the intercom matrix, eliminating the need for a hybrid telephone.

Each pouch has six buttons for each of the six channels intercom, as well as a button for quick response to the last channel called. Furthermore, beltpack can be used without a headset, such as a walkie-talkie with an integrated speaker and microphone.

Thomas Riedel, CEO of Riedel, "Bolero is a change of category for wireless intercom systems. We are very proud to share that the BBC is already building their new studio intercom systems around the wireless concept Bolero ".

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