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-ZIMO ELEKTRONIK, an Austrian company based in Vienna, first launched a digital model railway control system in 1979 and progressively developed the system through the 1980s and early 1990s to include decoder BEMF, block control, route setting and a push button CTC panel amongst other advanced functions. Switching to the emerging DCC standard in 1996, ZIMO swiftly gained a reputation as the '​Cadillac'​ of DCC suppliers and maintains a leading industry position at the time of writing. ​    \\ [[http://​www.zimo.at/​web2010/​|http://​www.zimo.at/​web2010/​]]+ZIMO ELEKTRONIK, an Austrian company based in Vienna, first launched a digital model railway control system in 1979 and progressively developed the system through the 1980s and early 1990s to include decoder BEMF, block control, route setting and a push button CTC panel amongst other advanced functions. Switching to the emerging DCC standard in 1996, ZIMO swiftly gained a reputation as the '​Cadillac'​ of DCC suppliers and maintains a leading industry position at the time of writing. Mapping of functions to sounds in ZIMO decoders is discussed [[helpsystem:​zimosound|here]].     \\ [[http://​www.zimo.at/​web2010/​|http://​www.zimo.at/​web2010/​]]
  
  
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