09.02.2009 11:36 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Radio Frequency Systems to unveil new filters, combiners, connectors

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) will unveil a new line of filters and combiners as well as a range of connectors at IBC2009.

The centerpiece of RFS’ exhibit will be a new coaxial combiner bandpass filter line. The company has designed it specially to sustain high peak power levels in DTV transmitters. By removing the power peak handling limitation, broadcasters can enjoy reduced tripping of systems and increased revenue through the safe addition and diversification of digital channels and services to existing infrastructure. The new connector range is available for RFS HELIFLEX cables.

RFS also will highlight its suite of mobile TV antennas, designed for collocation at mobile base stations, including the fully broadband, lightweight MTV-4, and the CTV series of compact multichannel antennas.

See RF Frequency Systems at IBC2009 in Stand 8.A11.

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