Routing Systems

The reliable transfer of data - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - is routine for our routing systems. We provide solutions with capacities for small to mid-range control rooms, production areas, complete broadcast centers and beyond. Lawo routing systems are used in mobile studios and temporary installations at many international sport events. Our knowhow and our innovation have produced matrices that convince by capacity and reliability, and enable innovative networking and sophisticated operational concepts.

Nova73 HD

Router for medium-size and larger installations ...

 

Nova73 HD

Nova73 compact

The little big router ...

 

Nova73 compact

Nova29

The compact MADI router for mid-sized studios ...

 

Nova29

Nova17

The digital router for smaller configurations ...

 

Nova17

 

Nova 37

Hybrid RAVENNA/MADI Plug&Play Audio Router

Nova37 is a compact 3RU audio router, with a fixed RAVENNA/AES67 and MADI I/O configuration.

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Lawo’s VSM in Control at Mediacorp’s New Singapore Studio Facility

Singapore-based broadcaster Mediacorp has taken up residence at its new Mediapolis facility – a massive complex that houses all production facilities for the broadcaster’s seven television and 12 radio channels. read more

Lawo mc²66 Mixes National Symphony Orchestra at NPR

It’s become an anticipated event: each year, “All Things Considered” hosts a well-known musical group in-studio, which plays live-to-air from the popular morning news program’s home studios in NPR’s Washington, D.C. headquarters. read more

Production flexibility for Gearhouse Broadcast USA’s new Mobile Unit Columbus with Lawo technology

Operating fully in 4K and with up to 16 cameras, Columbus is Gearhouse Broadcast USA’s newest OB Mobile Unit – and one of the most technologically sophisticated on the road. Requiring the flexibility to serve both large sports and entertainment productions, Gearhouse turned to equipment from German Broadcast manufacturer Lawo for many of the critical components of the impressive build. read more

Lawo Presents Radio Technology White Paper At NAB 2017

Lawo's Michael "Catfish" Dosch and Stephan Türkay have been selected to present a Radio White Paper at the 2017 NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference. The paper, titled "“Virtualizing Radio Studios: Broadcasting + IT = AoIP 2.0”, will be co-presented by Dosch and Türkay on Monday, April 23rd. read more

KWVA-FM Refreshes With Lawo

The University of Oregon’s KWVA-FM (kwva.uoregon.edu) in Eugene, Oregon has completed the construction of brand-new broadcasting facilities using consoles and routing infrastructure from Lawo. read more