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Broadcasting Audio over E&M

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    Steve
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    We are trying to take an audio signal (it’s not a radio broadcast but is similar) from a hub location and distribute to 27 sites. They are currently doing this over muxes and voice cards using E&M. Any suggestions on doing this over VOIP and if possible can anyone tell which E&M pins do I connect the audio feeds to. I saw documentation that says pins 6/3 and 4/5. TIA

    #23961 Reply
    dmck
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    You have confused me, if you are removing the E&M why does the pin connections matter?

    #23962 Reply
    Steve
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    We are using E&M ports over VOIP instead of the muxes. Basically the muxes have become outdated and an IP based network better suits their needs.

    #23963 Reply
    dmck
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    OK, understood. ( sound reasoning too)
    On a CISCO RJ45 connector for E&M circuits, pins 3/6 are audio in to CISCO card, pins 4/5 are audio out from CISCO card.

    hope this helps.

    #23964 Reply
    Steve
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    Yes that is exactly what I needed to know. I think for the distribution part we are looking at doing a sort of Hoot n Holler network. Any suggestions on that? TIA

    #23965 Reply
    dmck
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    Sorry, once it gets into the IP network I have limited experience.

    #23966 Reply
    Radium
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    This is an excellent product to use for converged networks wanting Hoot and Holler capabilities combining VoIP, analog, digital and radio voice networks together.

    http://www.twistpair.com/products/wave/default.asp

    I’ve deployed this for customers. It’s really sweet!

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