Hayaco targets conference sector with B-CDMA system
The Binary CDMA digital wireless conference, interpretation and guide system (B-CDMA) is the latest offering from Hayaco.
Comprises the HDT-240G transmitter and HDR-240G receiver, the B-CDMA system is said to last up to 16 hours when used under standard conditions. The HDT-240G offers two channels, meaning 16 channels can be achieved when eight units are combined.
In an additional release, the manufacturer has also announced the availability of the MRX-24G multipurpose wireless tour-guide system, which has been designed for light weight operation. It is also suitable for language translation and classroom applications.
Lastly, the manufacturer has launched the WSM conference system series, which is designed for use in applications ranging from casual discussions to full-scale multilingual congresses.
Comprising the WMC-240G main controller, the WSM-240C chairman unit and the WSM-240D delegate unit, the manufacturer claims that the system can communicate without succumbing to RF or electrical interference.
The incorporation of a simple user interface means that even non-professionals can operate the system, and it can also work as a standalone unit. Boasting the inclusion of PicoCast and 2.4GHz band wireless technology, it also offers camera-tracking.
The WMC-240G can connect to a PC, PA system, auto tracking camera, or an external antenna, whilst a WMC-SW delivers a dual-monitor system with a PC. One monitor controls all conference functions, whilst the other shows real-time information of four active speakers, the photo, name, position and time of a microphone, and displays the voting information in a conference room.