05.05.2005 03:19 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
ERI rolls out directional filter channel combiner


The new ERI directional filter channel combiner can be used in digital and analog UHF TV applications.
Electronics Research introduced a number of new structural, antenna, and filter products at NAB2005.

Among the company’s new offerings was a directional filter channel combiner for digital or analog UHF television applications. The new filter is used to feed multiple transmitters into a broadband panel antenna. It features a small footprint relative to other channel combiner technologies. The filter design also makes it easy to add channels after initial installation.

The CRUCIS (540 Series) high-band VHF TV antenna, a side-mounted antenna for use for channels 7 through 13 (174- to 216MHz) that’s suitable for either analog or HDTV applications was also on display.

The Structural Division of ERI introduced new television antenna mounting brackets and its full line of stand off mounting poles for both omni directional and directional FM and TV antennas.

For more information, visit www.eriinc.com.

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