RFS to highlight RD cavity-slot antenna at NAB2007

Radio Frequency Systems will emphasize RF systems for the LPTV market as low-power broadcasters approach the conclusion of the DTV conversion.

At NAB2007, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) will feature its RD cavity-slot antenna and put a special emphasis on the RF requirements of LPTV stations as the nation approaches its final transition to digital television.

While well suited for LPTV applications, the RD antenna family also features power-handling capabilities up to 220kW. In addition, RD cavity-slot antennas operate over particularly wide frequency ranges (typically about 10 to 20 channels).

Founded on the well-known Bogner series B antenna, the contemporary RFS RD antenna also offers wideband capabilities and a modular design.

RFS also will show its MS series RF monitor system, which provides a complete range of RF equipment monitoring functions. The system features 50 configurable inputs, and can support up to 16 transmitters, plus an antenna system with four main feeders.

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