SSL System T Designed Using Cadence
OrCAD & Allegro
Next generation technology for large-scale broadcast production, designed using Cadence
System T is the first of a new generation of dedicated broadcast audio production systems from Solid State Logic. For more than 30 years SSL has been at the forefront of innovative broadcast console design, and has incorporated decades of research and customer feedback into the development of System T.
True innovation in technology and conceptual design are combined within System T to deliver a whole range of advances:
- System T is a fully networked production environment. New ways to combine multiple Control Interfaces, Processor Cores and I/O devices can be specified to create previously impossible system configurations.
- Dante AoIP-based Routing & I/O delivers cost savings, true scalability, interoperability and discoverability. The Dante AoIP network integrates the AES67 transport standard. SSL’s Tempest Engine uses patented Optimal Core Processing for real time CPU based mixing and audio processing.
- Audio quality and performance is exceptional. SSL’s pristine SuperAnalogueTM foundations combine with 64-bit floating point processing and mixing to ensure unlimited audio headroom with the power to execute algorithms within a single sample. Broadcast specific path processing is augmented by an inbuilt comprehensive FX Rack.
- System T’s console control surface incorporates the latest multi-gesture touch screen technology, greatly expanding the range of controls that can be quickly accessed with reduced overall size. The console is highly configurable to suit individual preferences. Architectural flexibility enables channel signal flow suited to the most sophisticated users that can also be presented straightforwardly to match the skill and workflow of a full range of users.
“We’re very optimistic about our future and, with our scalable Cadence circuit simulation and design tool flow with OrCAD Capture CIS with PSpice and Allegro PCB Designer tools, we have an environment that will grow with us.”
Glen Pratley, Hardware Design Team Leader, Solid State Logic