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10.14.2002
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris announces $3.2 million transmitter deal with Mississippi ETV



Harris Platinum CD VHF and Diamond CD UHF digital transmitters (pictured) will be used in eight Mississippi Educational Broadcasting Television stations.

Mississippi Educational Broadcasting Television has ordered Harris Platinum CD VHF and Diamond CD UHF digital transmitters, along with Monitorplus systems and test gear, and a reconfiguration of the Harris Broadcast Manager control system.

The eight Mississippi stations receiving equipment include: WMAB-TV/DT, Mississippi State; WMAE-TV/DT, Booneville; WMAH-DT, Biloxi; WMAV-TV/DT, Oxford; WMAU-TV/DT, Bude, WMAO-TV/DT, Greenville; WMAW-TV/DT, Meridian; and WMPN-TV/DT, Jackson.

The Monitorplus DTV monitoring system is a transmitter site system that monitors day-to-day RF signal quality, transport stream integrity, program video and audio signals. Mississippi’s ETV flagship station WMPN-DT, Jackson, was one of the first seven public television stations to broadcast DTV, signing on the air two years ago.

For more information visit http://www.harris.com/products-programs.html.

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