The BST-25/216 MHz is a professional quality, auxiliary base station transmitter designed to operate with the PR-216 and PR-216 Option 7 synthesized receivers in the newly assigned 216-217 MHz band under Part 95 of the FCC regulations. The BST-25/216 MHz transmitter incorporates the latest digital and analog technologies to produce low residual noise, wide dynamic range, and extended frequency response rendering the most natural sound possible from a wireless system. This transmitter may be used for personal cueing, for tour guide applications, language interpretation, and for assistive listening applications.
57 user-selectable channels in the 216-217 MHz range: 38 standard narrow-band, non-companded channels; 19 high-fidelity narrow-band channels with companded audio processing.
Single-window, bright LED display for exact frequency and channel, VU bar graph meter, antenna condition and lock-out indicator.
Test tone generator for receiver testing and audio level referencing.
Balanced mic or line level with 60 dB of control range to accommodate any audio level.
Micro controller automatically sets the modulation deviation, the audio mode for companding processing, and the EQ when corresponding channels are selected.
Can be rack mounted for AC or 12 volt DC power and can accommodate a variety of remote antennas.