BCD moved from posh Windsor to the other side of the tracks late in 2003, and British Telecom did their best to stop our customers getting through to our new numbers. Normal service has now definitely resumed.
BCD's experience with AES over fibre paid off this year with an order for 240 channels worth to connect the BBC Radio W1 site with Western house over the road. Dual Fibre-conversion Eurocards were used, packaged into 3U racks with dual power supplies.
RMOS XY Controllers
BCD's RMOS controller has been used to produce a custom control system talking industry standard protocol to enable dedicated Headphone and Recording XY controllers to control a large state of the art DSP mixer. A simple data and power pair connect the panels back to the control rack, and further panels may added at a later date…
INSTALLER-48 AND PIGETS AT WORLD SERVICE
A further two racks of 32 digital to analogue conversion with AES distribution adds to the existing 96 channels worth already present. The racks will interface the new Digital Studios with the apparatus room. 48 Analogue to Digital converters packaged in 3U will also be supplied to assist in interfacing the analogue studios.