The AETA Quarterly

19 November 2020

Welcome to the AETA Audio Systems quarterly newsletter! 

Each quarter we send directly to your inbox information on AETA’s latest developments, product upgrades and more. Despite the challenges we’ve all been facing this year, we’re determined to serve you more efficiently than ever.

Even though we couldn’t get together at NAB in Las Vegas, LLB in Stockholm, ARD/ZDF Medien Akademie in Heimbuchenthal or IBC in Amsterdam, out of sight doesn’t mean out of mind! 

In fact, we’ve used this time constructively to carefully evaluate our entire product offering and integrate new features where needed. After all, at the end of the day, our goal is to help you stay at the forefront of your business. For AETA that means not only having access to the most advanced technologies, but doing so in a safe working environment. 

Read on to discover in detail how AETA products offer you both simplicity and security through innovative, reliable solutions and a safe user experience.


To further facilitate the use of its devices by reporters and technicians, AETA has released two automated parameters: 

  • The “jitter buffer” helps manage jitter on the network. Before users could only manually adjust this feature through the “network quality” parameter. But now it’s possible to set it to “auto” so it adjusts automatically, according to network characteristics. This is particularly useful when the quality of the network varies during transmission. 
  • In addition, operators can now either manually or automatically manage the OPUS bitrate of AETA units during a call. The bitrate therefore spontaneously adapts to the network’s capacity. It assesses network capacity and either upgrades or downgrades the audio, depending on network stability. This means audio is never interrupted and, when possible, it’s even improved.

These two new functionalities simplify connection safety, perfectly reflecting AETA’s tagline — “Safe and Simple Audio Links.”


At the end of 2018, AETA released its double streaming feature that allows audio streaming through a redundant network. The company has now unveiled a bonding feature

With this new functionality it’s still possible for users to use two IP networks simultaneously. But instead of making use of a full redundant stream (that may cause problems when bandwidth is limited), it permits operators to divide the audio stream between the two networks, allowing the audio to flow where it was previously impossible.

Discover all the benefits of dual mobile connectivity with double streaming capabilities and bonding functionalities for ScoopTeam and Scoopy+S.

In other exciting news, AETA’s eScoopfone is now available on Android! Since the beginning of 2020 eScoopfone has been is available on iOS (iPhone). And as of June it’s available on Android too! You can download it at the Google Play store.

Finally, AETA has also released an Application note giving all the tricks available to cope audio on IP networks. Find out all about it!