-Easy installation and setup
-Front-panel LCD screen
-USB, IP-Network (CAT 5) & RS-232 interface with multiple ports for connectivity and remote access anywhere in the world
-Built-in Scheduler sends messages on specific dates and timesThe industry leading Model 730 is Inovonics' flagship RDS (RadioDataSystem) encoder and connects with virtually any playout system, broadcasting song title, artist information, station ID's and much more to listener radios. With full support for Radio Text Plus, 'song tagging' and advanced applications, the 730 provides all the tools broadcasters need to ensure an engaging and dynamic RDS presence.
Interfacing with station automation can be done over IP network (LAN or Internet) connection or by RS-232 serial link . An Internet connection assures accurate Clock Time and Date (CT) timekeeping, and optional changeover to Daylight Saving time is automatic. The included remote control software allows access and messaging changes to be made on the fly and from anywhere in the world.
A front-panel LCD screen and jog wheel make for convenient on-site setup without the need for a computer, while the included remote software enables fast and intuitive programming through any of the encoder's data ports. The front panel screen displays incoming data from automation 'on the fly' and shows outgoing scrolling messages exactly as they are seen by listeners. Internal data diagnostics and transmission safeguards guarantee foolproof installation and operation, and field-upgradeable firmware ensures compatibility with any forthcoming RDS/RBDS applications and updates.
-PS (Program Service Name) An 8-character station 'street name' or 128-character scrolling message (song info, promos, advertising, etc.)
-PI (Program Identification) 730 software automatically calculates PI codes for the US and Canada
-PTY (Program Type) Identifies your station’s format
-PTYN (Program Type Name) A further refinement of your type or style of programming
-TP / TA (Traffic Program / Traffic Announcement) A utility that calls attention to critical traffic or other emergency situations. Some RDS radios automatically retune to these announcements, even overriding CD or MP3 playback
-AF (Alternative Frequencies) Up to 25 frequency entries for rebroadcast 'translators.'
-RT (RadioText) A 64-character block of plain-text messaging that can be called-up on the faceplate of some RDS radios. RadioText is separate from, and in addition to, scrolling-PS messages
-RT+ (RadioText Plus) An updated standard for song info display
-CT (Clock Time and Date) The 730 sends timekeepingdata to RDS radios. The feature is set and updated automatically with an Internet connection
-DI (Decoder Information) The mono/stereo data flag
-M/S (Music/Speech Switch) The mixed-music or speech-only data flag
-RAW (Raw Data Entry) The 730 accepts ‘Free Format Group’ commands to facilitate custom RDS applications