03.02.2006 08:00 AM
RFS to introduce slim, light turnstile UHF antenna

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) will launch a new slim, lightweight superturnstile UHF broadcast antenna at NAB2006.

Supporting the entire U.S. and European UHF bands (470MHz to 862MHz), the new RFS superturnstile antenna exhibits superior pattern circularity.

The result of rigorous computer modeling and ingenious material selection, the antenna exhibits pattern ripple of more than +/-1.5 dB across the entire UHF band. Its low-drag profile underpins the antenna’s high wind-speed rating and low wind-load characteristics.

The RFS superturnstile antenna family is well-suited for medium-power digital television (DTV) broadcast applications. It is also well-suited for many low-power broadcast applications, such as coverage of small to medium-sized cities, and translator applications. Mounting options include top mount and side mount.

See Radio Frequency Systems at NAB2006 in booths C1217, C11608-MR, or visit www.rfsworld.com.

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