07.13.2006 12:03 PM
Dielectric to showcase MobileMedia products

Dielectric Communications will be at IBC2006 with a variety of broadcast antenna systems and a new product line of 700MHz MobileMedia products.

The new MobileMedia line includes panel antennas as well as traveling-wave antennas, with both offering various pattern options. In addition, the unique approach of the traveling-wave design allows for a broad choice of beam tilt and gain without increasing above-the-horizon radiation.

The new MobileMedia compact mask filter has less than 0.3 percent bandwidth and uses a pseudo-elliptic design with high Q dielectric resonators.

Dielectric also will feature its TU Series antenna product line with a new version suitable for medium-power applications. The TUA Mid-Power Panel uses the same features as the company's high-power panel design.

Additionally, the company will feature its FLEXLine flexible dielectric cable in both air and foam configurations. Dielectric FLEXLine air dielectric coaxial cable is available in 7/8in through 6-1/8in line sizes and features precision-fitted connectors. It will also show its Flash Technology-brand tower lighting.

See Dielectric at IBC2006 stand 8.164, or visit www.dielectric.com.



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