Polskie Radio SA
A NEXUS network comprising 19 base devices is used as switching-room routing system and for connecting to distributed radio studios by the Polskie Radio government radio station in Warsaw. Thanks to the fibre-optic cables used with NEXUS, the audio network is virtually latency-free and can thus be shared by the three studio complexes regardless of their geographical distances - even though the cable run to one of these complexes is 13.5 kilometers long!
The analog inputs are connected using RJ45 ports and S/STP lines known from IT technology, thus saving space and money and increasing the installation-friendliness. This is achieved thanks to the remarkably effective common-mode rejection of the I/O‘s made by Stage Tec.