ATX Networks XDS-AMR AM/FM/HD Audio Monitoring Receiver

The ATX AMR AM/FM/HD Audio Monitoring Receiver is an advanced and cost-effect solution for monitoring and recording audio signals, as well as ad spot verification. Utilizing watermarking technology, the AMR automatically reports when and where ads are played, giving advertisers a precise timestamp for ad verification. 

ATX Networks XDS-AMR AM/FM/HD Audio Monitoring Receiver Features

  • Four AM, FM & HD tuners
  • HD radio compatible
  • 128 GB of solid-state storage
  • 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet port
  • Encodes & records tuned audio in MP3 format
  • Records content on its local storage for up to six months per station
  • Can send recorded content via FTP to multiple cloud locations
  • Live audio monitoring via web interface
  • Adjustable silence detector that can be configured to send email alerts
  • Detects XDS watermarks to identify commercials or other content
  • Local web page control or remote control via XDS
  • In-field firmware upgradable
  • Cost-effective

A replacement for outdated analog or digital recording systems, the AMR is designed to store roughly six months of archives, which can then be automatically transferred to an offsite storage facility, enabling radio stations to easily and affordably keep track of years of programming.

ATX Networks XDS-AMR Audio Monitoring Receiver Specifications

  • Input Types: AM/FM, FM HD, or Baseband
  • Number of Channels: 4 Stereo, Independently Configurable
  • Stream Monitor Connector: DB-9 Female Single-ended, 1.8 vpp Max., 60 Ω (Sample Rate 48 kHz), baseband
  • FM/HD Antenna Input: F-female Connector, 75 Ω, 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
  • AM Antenna Input: F-female Connector, 75 Ω, 540 kHz to 1710 kHz
  • Ethernet Connector: RJ-45 10/100/1000 Base-T
  • Audio Jack: 3.5 mm Stereo
  • Power Connector: 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm
  • DC Power: 12 VDC @ 0.91A, 11W
  • Environmental: 0°C to +50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
  • Operating Temperature: -35°C to +80°C (-31°F to +176°F)
  • Audio Storage: 128-GB SSD to Archive over Six Months per Channel