Riedel Bolero Standalone ApplicationRiedel has released the Bolero Standalone Application, a licence-enabled upgrade for the company's Bolero , that delivers several performance enhancements along with standalone capabilities.

With the Bolero Standalone Application, antennas are daisy-chained to each other in a line or a redundant ring via a low-latency, synchronised TDM network.

Bolero is plug-and-play, with no IP configuration needed. A new external power supply can power up to five antennas, so power and data redundancies are easily achieved. A new 1U-high half-width external interface box, with six analogue 4-wires and three GPIOs, can be directly connected to any antenna and then patched into an existing intercom system. The system is easily configured via a web GUI internal to the antennas.

Other new capabilities provided by the Bolero update include individual rotary programming, Bluetooth headset support, and a new beltpack QuickMute feature that allows users to easily set the volume of all channels to zero.

More: www.riedel.net

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