11.20.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Wisconsin station selects Jampro UHF slot antenna for HDTV channel.

Buzz Country, headquartered in Tomah, WI, has purchased a Jampro 32-bay Prostar slot antenna to broadcast its new HDTV movie station, WIBU-TV. Warmus and Associates, of Bath, OH, are engineering the Tomah site and will be installing the model JA/MS antenna.

The rugged version of Jampro's JA/LS low power UHF slot antenna, the JA/MS is designed to stand up to brutal western Wisconsin winters, with its enclosed and environmentally sealed white UV-resistant radomes. Prior to shipment to WIBU, the JA/MS antenna was factory-tuned at Jampro‚’s facilities, which include a 7000sq ft test range, eliminating the need for field tuning in Tomah.

Buzz Country's WTMB-FM radio station went on the air in November 2003 and has already established itself as a market leader in western Wisconsin, providing comprehensive newscasts, farm news and information, and music. Buzz Country is part of eight stations statewide owned by the Magnum Radio Group.

For more information, visit www.jampro.com.

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