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08.01.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
K-Tech XMT-100 DTV transmitter offers cost-effective conversion solution

The XMT-100 is a cost-effective DTV transmitter designed to serve television broadcasters during the analog-to-digital transition.

The XMT-100 allows stations to maintain their DTV license while continuing operation in analog NTSC broadcast. After HDTV set top box penetration in the marketplace has occurred, the XMT-100 can be upgraded to a higher-power transmitter by simply adding a higher power amplifier, thus the investment made today is maintained and useable when the station converts to a full-power DTV operations.

The XMT-100 features, SD MPEG2 encoder, 8-VSB/ATSC digital modulator, pre-correction, wavecom frequency upconverter, DTV mask-band pass filter, upgradeability to higher power operation and two-year parts and labor limited warranty.

For more information, please visit www.ktechtelecom.com.

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