Nautel will be at CABSAT showcasing its portfolio of digital and analogue solid-state radio transmitters, with products ranging from 1-2,000kW in medium wave and 300W-88kW in FM.
Celebrating its 50th year, Nautel will be at CABSAT showcasing its portfolio of digital and analogue solid-state radio transmitters, with products ranging from 1-2,000kW in medium wave and 300W-88kW in FM.
As part of Nautels anniversary celebration, any customer ordering a GV Series FM transmitter by April 11, 2019 will receive an extra 50 months warranty.
This adds up to over eight years of transmission peace of mind with worldwide available parts and our support team, commented Wendell Lonergan, Nautel Head of Broadcast Sales.
Recent large projects involving multiple transmitter units and combiners have generated considerable interest in the industry. Transmitters have typically been combined in a binary fashion, requiring bypass functionality in each combiner. For projects such as Antenna Hungaria, Nautel developed more sophisticated two-way and five-way combiners. If any transmitter in the system goes down or is taken offline, the combiner automatically reconfigures itself in order to maintain maximum on-air power.
Lonergan said Nautel looks forward to meeting national broadcast organisations throughout the MEASA region, to discuss transitions to digital broadcasting as well as ways to lower operating costs at large facilities.
Stand: Hall2, A2-30.