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rf-central-rfx-rmr-x6-ll-d.jpgNEW YORK, NY - RF Central, part of The Vitec Group's RF Extreme business unit, and a leading provider of digital and analog microwave systems for the Broadcast market, as well as the Sports & Entertainment, Government, Military and International marketplace, is featuring its RMR-X6-II-D six-way COFDM diversity receiver at HD World 2009 (Booth 1008). Building on the success of its signature RFX-RMR-X6 and RMR-X6-II, RF Central's RFX-RMR-X6-II-D now features an internal SD/HD Decoder.

Representing the latest in maximum ratio combining technology, the RMR-X6-II family offers superior diversity reception with new cutting-edge features, including On Screen Display of stream data, Ethernet monitoring for remote control access and IP encapsulation for Internet broadcast. The unit is available either as a stand alone COFDM receiver with ASI output or with an integral SD/HD decoder making local decode and control available. Delivering a broadcast-rugged package that captures the essence of flexibility and forward thinking design, the RMR-X6-I-D is outfitted with a straightforward front panel design, compact chassis and OLED graphic display.

"Through the development of the new RMR-X6-II-D, RF Central has expanded diversity receiver options for today's marketplace," says RF Extreme Vice President of Sales & Marketing Don Hoeler. "While customers continue to take full advantage of diversity reception with all of the benefits of maximum ratio combining established by our original RFX-RMR-X6, they now have the equipment necessary for doing this as they transition into full HD with multiple broadcast delivery platforms."

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