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KFMB Charges Ahead With Zephyr Xport

Midwest Television’s 760/KFMB, home station for San Diego Chargers football, now relies on Zephyr Xport, the portable codec that connects to any POTS or ISDN phone line, to deliver its 15kHz br 2/25/2004 7:00 AM Eastern

Midwest Television’s 760/KFMB, home station for San DiegoChargers football, now relies on Zephyr Xport, the portable codec thatconnects to any POTS or ISDN phone line, to deliver its 15kHz broadcastaudio.

Zephyr Xport combines state-of-the-art aacPlus™ audio codingwith a unique DSP-based modem architecture for solid connections and15kHz audio using a standard analog (POTS) phone line. aacPlus has beenchosen by XM Satellite Radio and Digital Radio Mondiale to ensure thehighest possible audio quality over low-bit transmission paths. An ISDNoption can be ordered at time of purchase or added later. ISDN-equippedunits can use either low-delay MPEG AAC (MP4) or G.722 coding forconnectivity to a wide variety of third-party ISDN codecs. Xport alsocontains a built-in mixer with mic and line inputs and selectabledynamics processing by Omnia Audio.

Zephyr Xstream owners can hear an instant demonstration of ZephyrXport’s superior audio capabilities by connecting to the ZephyrXport Demonstration line. For instructions and detailed informationabout Zephyr Xport, please visit www.telos-systems.com/xport/.