04.03.2008 08:19 AM
Radio Frequency Systems to focus on mobile TV transmission at NAB2008

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) will display a number of mobile TV-ready innovations at NAB2008, including the PCP dual-feed circularly polarized UHF panel antenna series.

The PCP is well suited for many of the new mobile TV installations in the United States. Additionally, RFS will show a new range of lightweight, vertically polarized antennas for mobile base station overlays. RFS’s extensive antenna suite spans both high- and low-power mobile TV options for centralized transmission sites and base station overlays.

At NAB 2008, RFS also will exhibit the first of its new low-pass RF filters, which attenuates all frequencies, including harmonics, above a nominated UHF broadcast frequency.

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


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