09.06.2007 08:44 AM
Harris rolls out transmitter, exciter for DMB-T

Harris last month introduced its first transmission solution for China’s Digital Multimedia Broadcast-Terrestrial (DMB-T) standard at the BIRTV show in Beijing.

The company also shipped its first DMB-T transmitter to Yunnan TV and will provide upgrade kits for Harris DVB-T transmitters currently installed in China.

The newly introduced Harris DTV660 DMB-T exciter is based on the company’s range of Digital Video Broadcast-Terrestrial (DVB-T) standard exciters and features a new modulator designed specifically to meet the new Chinese digital TV standard. The new DMB-T transmitter uses Harris Atlas technology, which includes a variety of solid-state, air-cooled and liquid-cooled analog and DVB-T digital transmitters.

Harris Atlas DVB-T transmitters already in the field can be upgraded to the DMB-T standard with a simple board swap and firmware changes.

For more information, visit: www.harris.com.



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