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Acrodyne Industries, Inc. (Ai), a publicly held company (, introduces Phoenix, its new line of solid-state transmitters designed primarily for OFDM/DVB based digital services in the UHF spectrum. The Phoenix is air-cooled with a modular design that provides a full range of power levels from a few Watts to 3kW in convenient package configurations. The series uses high efficiency LDMOS amplifiers and is designed for unattended operation in remote locations. The exciter system supports all global digital transmission standards. This product line adds to Ai's ability to address all segments of the industry with products that are matched to the users requirements for performance and cost.

Ai also sells and services the Rohde & Schwarz high power solid-state TV Broadcast transmitter and exciter line as well as manufactures and supports its own line of IOT based full power transmission products. All of these products are supported by Ai's highly regarded service, system design and operations organization.

"The Phoenix line of transmitter products is intended to meet the needs of the emerging digital transmission businesses that will occupy the 700 MHz spectrum which will become available after the DTV transition in February 2009. Acrodyne draws on its over forty (40) years of continuous participation in the broadcast TV industry and is ready to support the build out of those businesses that have been successful in acquiring the use of this newly opened band of frequencies." stated Nat Ostroff, President and Chairman, Ai

For additional information:

Ellen J. Rainey

610-917-1182 (voice)

610-917-8148 (fax)

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