03.31.2005 08:00 AM
Harris to introduce digital-ready, two-cabinet Atlas solid-state transmitter


The two-cabinet Atlas Analogue transmitter offers an alternative for stations replacing tube transmitters with more efficient solid-state technology.
Harris' Broadcast Communications Division will show analog and digital transmission solutions at NAB2005 with an expanded range of Atlas Analogue UHF solid-state transmitters.

Harris will show a two-cabinet Atlas Analogue transmitter. The models offer an alternative for those stations replacing tube transmitters with more efficient solid-state technology.

Available in power levels ranging from 2.5kW to 30kW, the Atlas Analogue can currently operate in the analog domain, but can be converted to digital in the future.

For more information, visit booth C1907 or go to www.broadcast.harris.com.

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