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Sudan : DANMON SYSTEMS finishes installation of RADIO STATION [TendersInfo (India)]
[September 04, 2013]

Sudan : DANMON SYSTEMS finishes installation of RADIO STATION [TendersInfo (India)]

(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The installation of a radio station has been finished by the Danmon Systems Group for Jonglei State Radio in Bor, capital of Jonglei State, South Sudan.

At Danmon s headquarters, the equipment for four studios was prefabricated and tested prior to being shipped to site.

As per Danmon System Group s Media Sales Director Karsten Grunnet, "Three of the studios are equipped with Studer OnAir 1500 digital mixing consoles. Marantz PMD-661 flash recorders have been provided for use by the main station staff, plus 12 radio-reporter kits which include Yellowtec iXm microphone/recorders with Beyerdynamic capsules. The Yellowtecs can be connected to Comrex Access IP audio codecs which allow digital files captured on location to be networked back to the studios in Bor." DPA studio and outdoor microphones plus Sennheiser wireless microphone systems have been supplied for event recording.

The listeners are allowed to phone in and participate in the network's radio shows from the Telos Hx 6 dual hybrid unit.

The incoming calls are allowed from the VSet 6 desktop unit linked to the HX 6, which is to be held until the radio host or technician decides to connect these to the Studer studio console. Audio monitoring is through Genelec 8030A bi-amplified loudspeakers.

Eddystone FM transmitters formed an integral part of the project, comprising of a 5 kilowatt main transmitter for the listeners in and around Bor plus 13 regional FM transmitters. Each transmitter is housed in a container with dual redundant air conditioning.

It is delivering the signals through a satellite link from Bor to a 2.4 metre receiving dish at each regional relay.

According to Karsten Grunnet, "Hiltron has been very helpful in supplying the satellite uplink equipment, including a 3.7 metre antenna. The uplink currently handles two channels and can potentially accomodate eight, giving the ability to transmit different local content." Danmon Systems in co-operate with Deutsche Welle Akademie, Danicom and MiCT had provided the staff training.

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