The system currently has main and backup operators using Trilogy hardware panels for audio and a touch screen panel for route control. Operators are able to listen to the sources, talk to the broadcasters, make and break the routes or conferences and talk to each other, from any position. The current requirement is for 22 audio circuits which the Mercury Interface Unit (MIU) handles with ease whilst retaining the potential to service many more circuits as Teracom’s needs grow.
Teracom is also benefiting from Mercury’s ability to handle telephone calling within the same matrix, enabling the operators to either fast-dial pre-stored numbers or use a soft keypad to dial occasional numbers. This ensures that co-ordination between the broadcast customers is achieved at minimal cost and with no additional equipment.
Commenting on the new Mercury system, Teemu Korhonen, Transmission Engineer,
· Trilogy has supplied audio communications equipment to customers in more than seventy countries since 1986. The company was originally formed to design and build video and audio infrastructure equipment for the television and radio broadcast market. It continues to serve this market but now also offers its products to a wide array of customers in defence, emergency management, training and simulation, oil and gas, gaming, and other industries.
Trilogy counts some of the world's best known names among its customer base. These include BBC, ITV, CBS, Hearst-Argyle, Fox, Radio
· JMG Support is responsible for sales across the Trilogy product range into Sweden, this includes; Commander and Orator digital matrix intercoms, Mercury IP intercom systems, Mentor XL master sync/test signal generators and Sentinel video/audio signal monitoring.
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Swedish sales enquiries contact:
S-168 67 Bromma
Tel: +46 (0)8 564 85 330
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Trilogy Communications Ltd
Tel: +44 (0) 1264 384000
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