07.14.2004 12:00 PM
RFS to launch new manifold UHF combiner

In support of Europe’s transition to digital broadcasting, RFS will launch a new ultra-compact manifold UHF combiner at IBC2004.


The manifold combiner is also tuneable over the entire UHF band and exhibits low losses for its filter sizes (up to seven-pole).

The ultra-compact low-power manifold UHF combiner is a fully-integrated unit designed for combining digital channels (up to 250W) down to semi-adjacent channel spacings.

With half of the footprint and weight of RFS’s balanced UHF module, the manifold combiner is also tuneable over the entire UHF band and exhibits low losses for its filter sizes (up to seven-pole). When used in a hybrid system with the RFS low-power balanced UHF combiner, adjacent channel combining can be achieved, offering a highly compact solution.

See RFS at IBC2004 in booth 5.221.

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