The international signal of the XXV Women’s Handball World Championship is produced with AEQ devices

The 25th edition of the Women’s Handball World Championship was held in Spain during the first half of last December 2021. The organizers of the event were the International Handball Federation (IHF) and the Royal Spanish Handball Federation. Thirty-two teams competed for the title.

To host the matches, the organizing committee selected four sports pavilions in eastern Spain as the main venues: the Granollers Sports Palace, the Pla de l’Arc Sports Center, the Ciutat de Castell√≥ pavilion and the Torrevieja Sports Palace.

Telefónica Broadcast Services (TBS) was in charge of installing and servicing the different radio and television stations in several stadiums to broadcast the international signal.

In all of them, AEQ IP audio codecs were deployed to manage and transmit the audio of all the sports commentators who traveled to the venues to narrate the events for their respective audiences. Most of the units were AEQ ALIO equipment. These audiocodecs have been created for sports broadcasting and other types of live events. The device has capabilities such as tone control on each channel, and dual-channel option.

The AEQ ALIO can be connected to units from most manufacturers via the SIP communication protocol, according to EBU standard N ACIP Tech 3326. But if connected with an AEQ codec, a set of tools can be used to aid communication and control of the unit.

The Norwegian team won its fourth world title by defeating the French team in the final with a score of 22-29, and in the match for third place the Danish team beat the Spanish team.

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