08.21.2008 08:18 AM
Acrodyne unveils Phoenix UHF multimedia transmitters

Acrodyne Industries (Ai) has introduced Phoenix, as new line of solid-state transmitters designed primarily for OFDM- and DVB-based digital services in the UHF spectrum.

The Phoenix is air-cooled with a modular design that provides a full range of power levels from a few watts to 3kW. The series uses high-efficiency LDMOS amplifiers and is designed for unattended operation in remote locations. The exciter system supports all global digital transmission standards.

Ai also sells and services the Rohde & Schwarz high-power solid-state TV broadcast transmitter and exciter line as well as manufactures and supports its own line of IOT-based full power transmission products.

For more information, visit www.acrodyne.com.



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