Unite's Interpretation system replaces 30 infrared transmitters with 2 access points
6,000 m², 8 languages, 2 access points: how Babel doesn’t stand a chance against Unite’s DECT language interpretation system
How many access points does it take to cover 6,000 m² and 8 languages? The Mahatma Mandir Convention and Exhibition Centre gets it done with… only two. Televic replaced the 30 old infrared transmitters with a new Unite DECT system, radically simplifying the setup while improving the audio quality and offering encryption.
The 6,000m² conference hall in the Mahatma Mandir Convention and Exhibition Centre in Gandhinagar, India, needed a new digital interpretation system. There were strict requirements:
- excellent audio quality
- no interference with UHF, WiFi and LED screens
- 8 languages
Not only did Unite’s DECT technology meet those requirements, it’s also very simple to set up. One access point can transmit up to 4 languages. In this case, two Unite AP4 access points had to be installed, synchronized and connected to the Dante audio network.
A total of 8 access points can be synchronized, allowing for 32 channels to be broadcast simultaneously. That reduces planning effort, storage and transportation cost and on-site installation time considerably – especially when the equipment is rented.
The signals are transferred to belt pack receivers – 1,000 are available in this case – where participants can simply select their language. The high operating range, long operating time, noiseless digital transmission and automatic frequency management make the DECT system extremely reliable and the signal crystal clear.
With the highest AES 256 bit encryption standard, this digital system is also tap-proof. And future-proof: the system can be easily monitored, updated and configured via the Unite cockpit charging technology.
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