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What can I Transmit?

  • (QM) Quick Messages

    Interact with your listener in real time! Acadia features a specific screen send messages called Quick Messages in its control Web interface. This interface enables greater interaction between the operator / announcer and listeners, allowing for better use of technology and smarter use of the equipment. Use the technology in your favor!
  • (PS) Programme Service

    The PS information identifies the station with an alphanumeric code of 8 characters. Information with more than 8 characters can be displayed in groups of 8 or "rolled" on the receiver's screen according to the configuration set in the machine. A fixed text can be set in the PS field, such as the name or slogan of the radio station or dynamic information stemmed from the automation of various settings available in Acadia. It is this information that the simplest receivers usually display.
  • (RT) Radio Text

    This field can also be used to send various information exactly like the PS field. Not all radio receivers show this field, only the more sophisticated ones. Usually, the receivers that have the RT field show messages up to 64 characters or "roll" larger messages automatically. Each radio receiver model has its own RT field characteristics, which may be greater or smaller than 64 characters and roll these messages (or not) in different ways and speeds.
  • (PTY) Programme Type

    To make it easier for the listener, the encoder signals the type of program being broadcast. You can label the station's programming as "News", "Rock" or "Alternative", among others, for example. Some radio receivers have search functions for stations using the type of programming, and take this information into account when choosing the station to be received.
  • (PI) Programme Identification

    This is a unique code, which identifies the transmitting station and cannot be the same as that of another station in the same coverage area. In the US, the FCC provides the PI code for broadcasters and each one has its own code. Each country has its own rules for setting the PI code. Check with the regulating body of your country for more information regarding the correct setting of your PI.
  • (AF) Alternative Frequency

    The radio receiver, upon receiving this information, can choose which frequency to tune into, based on the signal quality. If, for example, along a path, the same broadcaster has multiple transmitters at different frequencies, the user does not need to change stations. This will be done automatically by the radio whose order is sent by the encoder through this parameter.
  • (TA/TP) Traffic Announcement / Traffic Program

    The Encoder has the ability to warn the receiver that the program being broadcast has priority over the normal schedule. This way, the receiver can, for example, turn off the CD music and increase the volume of the station, so that the listener receives the newsletter.
  • (CT) Clock Time

    The RDS can send the local weather information, hitting the clock radio receiver. The Acadia clock can be synchronized automatically over the Internet (optional).
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