08.16.2007 10:26 AM
TV Azteca orders three new Jampro DTV antenna systems

TV Azteca in Mexico City has awarded Jampro with a contract to provide three of its DTV antenna systems.

With the order, TV Azteca is expanding the number of its DTV channels to 15, all using Jampro antennas, combiners, mask filters, antenna switch frames and Jampro Proline brand of rigid transmission line.

Two of the TV Azteca DTV systems on order are Jampro PROSTAR broadband UHF slot antennas, designed to combine several UHF channels over a segment of the UHF bands IV/V. The other is a Jampro JHD broadband VHF panel antenna.

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



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