06.15.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
LARCAN rolls out low-power MXi series transmitters

LARCAN has introduced the MXi series, a new low-power series of transmitters that provides digital service from 10 watts to 200 watts digital.

Designed to address the needs of emerging DVB-T/DVB-H markets and single frequency networks worldwide, the new transmitter is a complete solution for broadcast applications and mobile video. It also is designed to meet the needs for analog transmission.

A compact design providing clear and consistent results, the MXi series features:

· service from 10 watts to 200 watts;

· the capability of all standards in analog, digital, DVB and DVB-H;

· a digital modulator;

· broadband design, frequency agile;

· high-performance LDMOS technology amplifier design;

· field-proven for digital and DVB operation;

· fully-regulated power supplies;

· an integrated cooling system.

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



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