08.08.2007 12:00 AM
Dielectric to Exhibit New High-Power Antenna
Exhibiting in the Mobile Media hall at IBC2007, Dielectric Communications will introduce its new high-power UHF Broadband CP Panel Antenna. Available in power levels up to 16 kW, the antenna covers the entire 700 MHz band and uses proprietary multilayer parasitic patch technology to transmit a high-power circularly polarized signal. The antenna features a low windload and VSWR of less than 1.1:1.

The Broadband Omni CP Pylon Antenna offers a reduced-complexity solution for broadcasters using the lower 700 MHz band. In a self-supporting, pylon-style format, the antenna features a low RFR, a VSWR of less than 1.2:1, and a low windload reduced 40 percent from the typical panel antenna.

New filters and components at the stand address the growing LPTV, DVB-H, and mobile TV markets while fitting into standard 19-inch rackmount enclosures. New components being presented include the 1.7 GHz DVB-H DR Bandpass RF System, 800 W 700 MHz MobileMedia TEM Bandpass Filter, 800 W 700 MHz MobileMedia DR Filter, 200 W DVB-H UHF Filter, 200 W Harmonic Filter, and 200 W Dual Directional Coupler.

Dielectric also will be showing its full line of 700 MHz MobileMedia antennas, including the 7C Series, 7P Series, and 7S Series.

Dielectric Communications will be in Stand M587.

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