04.17.2006 04:27 PM
Jampro installs first DTV systems in Latin America

TV Azteca has purchased a series of terrestrial DTV systems from Jampro for the network's Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey television stations.

The three Jampro installations include JUHD broadband panel antennas with mask filters and combiners, RCPU antenna patch panel-power splitters and rigid line transmission systems. These specific models were specified because of their wide bandwidth for multiple channel operations over UHF bands IV and V. Azteca uses the JUHDs to broadcast channels D24 and D25 in Mexico City, D31 and D33 in Guadalajara, and D39 and D43 in Monterrey.

For more information, visit www.jampro.com.

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