Telos iPort High Density is a networked multi-codec gateway that enables the transport of multiple channels of stereo audio across any QoS-enabled IP network, including T1 and T3 connections and private WANs with MPLS – perfect for large-scale distribution of audio to single or multiple locations.
iPort High Density is the workhorse of codecs, configurable with up to 64 bi-directional MPEG codecs. Optionally, you can add aptX® encoding to any codec or use Linear PCM audio. iPort HD connects to Axia® IP-Audio networks using a single ethernet cable for all I/O or can be used as a standalone multiple-stream codec.
Coding algorithms include AAC, AAC-LD, HE-AAC (plus v2), MP2, MP3, optional aptX® Enhanced, or Linear PCM. Bit rates range from 24 to 320 kbps for MPEG codecs, plus standard fixed rates for aptX, 24 bit 48k for Linear PCM. iPort High Density offers dual, parallel-path end-to-end streaming for ultra-reliability and redundancy. Up to 20 unidirectional GPIO contact closures per codec are available in several modes to allow considerable control flexibility. End-to-end GPIO is supported for each codec. An optional unique Content Dealy feature allows independent local storage and scheduled delayed playout of any coded audio channels.