-Easy installation and setup
-Unique no-headers mode scrolls song titles from unformatted satellite feeds
-Interfaces with all popular automation systemsThe 720 is our third-generation dynamic RadioData encoder for automatically parsing and scrolling song title and any other information on the faceplate of all RDS radios. The front-panel LCD displays setup parameters without the need for an on-site computer, and also shows incoming raw data from station automation as well as exactly what the listener sees on his radio. The 720 incorporates diagnostics and transmission safeguards for virtually foolproof installation and operation.
-PI (Program Identification) 730 software automatically calculates PI codes for the US and Canada
-PS (Program Service Name) An 8-character station 'street name' or 128-character scrolling message (song info, promos, advertising, etc.)
-PTY (Program Type) Identifies your station’s format
-TP (Traffic Program) A data flag identifying stations that routinely include traffic bulletins in their programming
-TA (Travel Announcement) The TA data flag is broadcast only during a critical traffic or other emergency announcement. Some RDS radios automatically retune to a station airing such announcements, and TA broadcasts may even override CD or MP3 entertainment
-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
-AF (Alternative Frequencies) Up to 25 frequency entries for rebroadcast 'translators.'
-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