11.05.2004 08:00 AM
SBE recognizes Dielectric with technology award for TUV Dualband antenna

The Dielectric TUV Dualband antenna combines VHF and UHF signals into an single antenna array.

Dielectric Communications has received the 2003 Technology Award from the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) at the organization’s national meeting, held Oct. 26–27 in Marlborough, MA.

Dielectric was honored for its development of the TUV Dualband antenna. The SBE Technology Award recognizes the best new or innovative technical item or idea to further the science of broadcast engineering and to improve the productivity of broadcast engineers.

The TUV Dualband antenna combines VHF and UHF signals into a single antenna array, allowing for the simultaneous transmission of both signals from a common aperture. Featuring the latest in state-of-the-art design, the Dualband antenna allows full effective radiated power for both signals.

There are three versions of the Dualband antenna:

  • TUV-H for highband VHF (channels 7–13)
  • TUV-M for midband VHF (channels 4–6)
  • TUV-L for lowband VHF (channels 2–3)

For more information, visit www.dielectric.com.

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