The simultaneous interpreting system from Brähler Systems
INFRACOM is a convenient and reliable simultaneous interpreting system that operates wirelessly with infrared light-based audio transmission.
Our INFRACOM simultaneous interpreting system is fully compatible with the Brähler DIGIMIC conference system. With INFRACOM, up to 32 language channels can be transmitted from the simultaneous interpreters to the conference delegates by means of infrared light – invisibly and wirelessly. The system uses the Band IV infrared range for this purpose and thus guarantees interference-free transmission of content – even in sunlight or extremely bright artificial light. And this works for large congresses as well as for smaller conferences.
The INFRACOM system consists of
- the ICen IV compact transmitter (8 channels),
- the interpreter console DOL7/2E (1+ 6 channels),
- the IRad high-performance radiator and
- the IRX conference receiver (12 or 32 channels).
The DOL7/2E digital interpreting console is available for systems with more than 7 channels. For systems with up to 32 channels, the audio signal is fed in via the DIGIMIC system. In addition, INFRACOM is also compatible with other audio sources. The signal (microphone system, video conference, etc.) is usually fed directly from the discussion system or via the outputs of a mixing console into the transmitter or the central unit. The audio signals are processed in the transmitter or in the control center. The ICen IV compact transmitter (8 channels in band IV) transmits the language channels to the infrared radiators via coaxial cable.
This means in detail: The speaker speaks into the microphone, the interpreters translate simultaneously into the corresponding languages. Conversely, the interpreters translate questions from the auditorium into the speaker’s language. Each participant receives his own INFRACOM receiver (IRX) and a headset through which he listens to the language of his choice. The handhelds (IRX32) are designed for one-hand operation and can be set to the desired channels (12 or 32 in total) and the required volume.