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Remote Server

Overview

Remote Server is a client-server solution that can be used to transport audio from one or two devices to one or two clients over a network.

Description

A Remote Server installation has two points of presence: a computer running the Remote Server software at the remote site and a computer running the Lite Client the base station.

Each remote server serves two audio channels (A & B). The two audio channels can be any two sound card inputs on the server computer. Two remote clients can connect to the Remote Server to receive the A or B channels. The A and B channels are completely independent. At any time only one client can be connected to each channel.

Remote Server Status Display

   

Client Window Display

Licensing

Only the Remote Server requires a license. Users may install and use clients on as may computers as necessary.

System Requirements

Client Workstation: Minimum 750 MHz running Windows® XP, 2000. Multiple active clients will require additional CPU speed. Minimum of 256 megabytes of RAM. Disk space to install under 10 megabytes. Sound card and network interface required.

Network, Remote to Base: Any network that provides routed TCP/IP. This includes Internet, DSL, satellite, private microwave, wireless LAN. RMA devices uses RJ45 Ethernet.

Network Bandwidth, Remote to Base:  Typical bandwidth 64 kBPS per channel when GSM compression selected.