01.21.2005 08:00 AM
RFS to show UHF low-power combiner at New Delhi expo

RFS’s low-power UHF combiners allow up to 12 channels in a single 19in rack.

At this year’s Broadcast Engineering Society Exposition in New Delhi, Radio Frequency Systems will exhibit a selection of broadcast RF technologies, including a UHF low-power combiner.

The combiner is an integrated unit optimized for the 20 to 250 Watt power range. It is compact and tunable across the entire UHF band. It also allows up to 12 channels to be accommodated in a single 19in rack.

RFS will also show a switch frame with rapid release U-links available in custom-built configurations providing manual switching for high-power RF circuits. Broadcast Engineering Society Expo 2005 will be held at the Taj Palace Hotel Feb. 17 to 19.

For more information, visit www.rfsworld.com.

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