Lectrosonics SPNTWB - Stand-Alone Interface for Telepresence and Audio Conference Systems

Lectrosonics SPNTWB - Stand-Alone Interface for Telepresence and Audio Conference Systems

Lectrosonics SPNTWB - Stand-Alone Interface for Telepresence and Audio Conference Systems

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Lectrosonics SPNTWB - Stand-Alone Interface for Telepresence and Audio Conference Systems

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  • Wideband Acoustic Echo Canceller
  • 3-Way Bridging
  • Dual Codec Interfaces
  • TCP/IP Ethernet Addressable
  • Full ASPEN Digital Matrix Integration
  • Third Octave Noise Filter per Channel
  • Class-D Audio Power Amplifiers
  • 8 In/12 Out ASPEN Mixer with Processing
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  • 1Description

The SPNTWB from Lectrosonics combines the boards from the company's SPN812 and the SPNCWB into a 2U rack-mount chassis to provide a complete, stand-alone component for telepresence and audio conference systems. The unit can be used with additional ASPEN processors to add additional inputs and outputs. Setup and adjustments can be made using the control panel software or the front panel LCD interface. Inputs and outputs appearing on the LCD have been consolidated into logical groups to simplify navigation.

The far end audio signals in a conference participate in the same manner as local microphones connected to the processor. Three sites connected via two codecs and a telephone line can be bridged into a single conference as seamlessly as local microphones.

The ASPEN AEC (Acoustic Echo Canceller) provides advanced algorithms developed to address the need for a single acoustic echo canceller that could handle the challenges of multi-site bridging and an unlimited number of microphones. The AEC converges very quickly, and then continues to increase the cancellation depth at every opportunity as a conference continues. Cancellation depth will increase even with brief signal peaks from the far end, and convergence will never be lost with any type of signal or in double talk situations.

The AEC in combination with the patented gain proportional mixing algorithm provides excellent audio quality without echo heard at the far ends. Signals from the far ends of the conference are routed to the local sound system and also to a final mix that is used as a reference signal by the AEC. Audio from the local microphones (which includes far end audio from the local loudspeakers) is routed to the AEC via a second final mix for cancellation of the far end signals. After processing, the output of the AEC is routed back to the far ends through the matrix.

The proprietary noise reduction filter used in ASPEN processors is a third octave dynamic processor which is very effective when applied to the far end Codec and telephone line signals when poor connections occur. An Ethernet port is provided for setup and control via standard network connections, and an RS-232 port is provided for use with remote control systems. The design allows simultaneous, multi-point third party control.

A two channel power amplifier is included for loudspeakers in the local sound system. The power amplifier is driven by final mix outputs from the matrix and has a full set of signal processing, including parametric EQ, compressor and limiter. Class-D amplification is implemented with a late generation component that provides exceptional efficiency, low heat, excellent audio performance, and cannot be damaged by wiring errors.

Quad-reference wideband acoustic echo canceller supporting three-way bridging
Two maximum speed grade, 4th generation SHARC processors
Dual codec interfaces
TCP/IP Ethernet addressable
Fully integrated with ASPEN digital matrix
Adaptive proportional gain automatic mixing at the matrix cross points
Third octave noise filter on each channel
Sigma-Delta class-D audio power amplifiers
Built-in 8 input/12 output ASPEN mixer with full signal processing on all inputs and outputs
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Lectrosonics SPNTWB - Stand-Alone Interface for Telepresence and Audio Conference Systems
  • AC Power Cable
  • Three (3) Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Audio Input Microphone/Line Inputs:
    Digitally programmable-gain microphone to line level differential inputs
    Either side can be grounded or left floating
    Cable shield shall be connected to ground
    4 x 5-pin Phoenix

    Maximum Input Level:
    20 dBu

    Gain:
    0 dB to 56 dB, programmable in 8 dB steps (the analog gain is automatically selected by selecting the input gain)

    Input Impedance:
    8 kΩ differential mode, 2 kΩ common mode

    Phantom Power:
    48V

    Dynamic Range:
    102 dB

    EIN:
    -127 dBu (20Hz to 20kHz, unweighted)

    THD + N:
    0.01%
    Audio Output Line Outputs:
    All outputs are floating transformerless differential outputs
    Either side can be grounded or left floating
    Cable shield shall be connected to ground
    6 x 5-pin Phoenix

    Nominal Level:
    0 dBu, Channels 1 to 8
    0, -20, -40 dBu, Channels 9 to 12

    Headroom:
    20 dB

    Output Impedance:
    < 50Ω, all outputs at all attenuator settings

    Dynamic Range:
    105 dB

    THD + N:
    0.01%

    Filters:
    All filters, including the noise reduction filter (NRF) have zero processing delay

    Noise Reduction Filters:
    Adjustable 6 to 35 dB on every input

    Tone Control Stages:
    4 per input channel

    Parametric EQ Stages:
    8 per output channel

    ADFE:
    8 per input channel (configurable as Static or Dynamic)
    Other Connectors 1 x 1/4" TRS Headphone (front panel)
    1 x USB Type B (front panel)
    2 x RJ-11 Telephone Set/Line
    2 x RJ-45 Remote Control
    2 x RJ-45 ASPEN Port
    2 x DB-25 Programmable Logic
    1 x RJ-45 Ethernet
    1 x DB-9 RS-232
    1 x 5-pin Phoenix Power Amp Output
    Filter Type Low Pass:
    Butterworth; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Bessel; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Linkwitz-Riley; 12, 24 dB/octave
    Additional Parameters:
    Frequency (Hz)

    High Pass:
    Butterworth; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Bessel; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Linkwitz-Riley; 12, 24 dB/octave
    Additional Parameters:
    Frequency (Hz)

    Low Shelving:
    Butterworth; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Bessel; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Additional Parameters:
    Frequency (Hz)
    Boost/cut (dB)

    High Shelving:
    Butterworth; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Bessel; 6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave
    Additional Parameters:
    Frequency (Hz)
    Boost/cut (dB)

    Peaking EQ Parametric:
    Frequency (Hz)
    Bandwidth (octave)
    Boost/cut (dB)
    Internal Signal Generator White Noise:
    Level (dBu)

    Pink Noise:
    Level (dBu))

    Tone (Sine Wave):
    Level (dBu)
    Frequency (Hz)

    Swept Sine:
    Single Sweep
    Continuous Sweep

    Sweep Waveform:
    Sawtooth (up or down)
    Triangle

    Sweep Rate:
    Linear
    Logarithmic

    Sweep Parameters:
    Start Frequency (Hz)
    Stop Frequency (Hz)
    Level (dBu)
    Sweep Time (sec)
    Latency Single-Board: 64 audio samples = 1.333 ms
    System: 1.333 ms (Master) + 0.125 ms for each slave board
    Example: 2.958 ms for 192 inputs with 48 outputs (system with 2-SPN1624 and 5-SPN32i processors)
    Echo Cancellation Acoustic Echo Canceller: Centralized, bridgeable for telepresence AEC Tail Time: 128 ms - will never diverge, regardless of signal type (i.e. sine wave)
    Line Echo Tail Time: 48 ms
    AEC Bandwidth: 10 kHz
    Telephone Hybrid Return Loss: 26 dB + line echo canceller = 45 dB
    Audio Inputs (Codec) Gain: -20 dB to +20 dB, programmable in 1 dB steps
    Input Impedance: 15kΩ (differential); 375kΩ (common)
    Connector: 1 x 5-pin Phoenix
    Audio Outputs (Codec) Floating balanced
    Nominal Level: 0 dBu
    Output Impedance: 50Ω
    Performance Input Dynamic Range (Codec): 102 dB (unweighted 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
    Output Dynamic Range (Codec): 105 dB (unweighted 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
    Audio Performance (Codec): THD + noise: 0.01%
    Proprietary Network Physical level: LVDS (Low Voltage DIfferential Signal) high speed
    Cable Type: CAT-6
    Transmission Speed: 1 Gbps
    Control Input Number of Inputs: 30
    Analog Voltage Range: 0 to 5V
    Logic Input: TTL, LVTTL, CMOS, LVCMOS
    Control Output Number of Logic Outputs: 16
    Logic Control: Active low
    Max Sink Current: 100 mA
    Max Supply Voltage: 40V
    Supply Voltage for Control I/O: 5V
    Max Current: 750 mA
    Remote Control Codec 1: Lectrosonics RCWTH4, RJ-45 jack
    Telephone: Lectrosonics RCWTH4, RJ-45 jack
    Power Requirements 100~240VAC, 50/60 Hz
    50W power consumption
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 19 x 7.25 x 3.5" (483 x 184 x 89 mm)
    Weight 5.7 lb (2.6 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 4.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 25.0 x 15.0 x 7.0"
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