Ai (Acrodyne Industries) will show its high-power, depressed-collector, Linux-based Quantum water-cooled ESCIOT-equipped analog and digital transmitters at NAB2005. In the past year, transmitters equipped with depressed-collector IOTs have been installed in both analog and digital service applications nationwide, and the savings realized by the broadcasters using this equipment are significant, according to Ai. Equivalent energy savings are available in either mode of operation.
The company's proprietary RPM (remote parameter monitoring) system to provide access and control of a Quantum transmitter from anywhere using a network or phone connection will also be at the booth.
Ai will be in Booth C6212.
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