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Actual Installation Results for Ai Quantum Depressed Collector Transmitters Showing Cost Savings and Signal Benefits To Be Featured at NAB Engineering Conference

Andy Whiteside, Vice President of Engineering for Ai, will present a paper on IOT Depressed Collector Transmitter Technology during the NAB 2005 Broadcast Engineering Conference. This session, “DTV Transition Technologies and Techniques”, is scheduled for Sunday, April 17, at 1:30 pm in the LVCC Room N112. The paper is a technical review of the latest installed Ai water-cooled, depressed collector IOT transmitters. An in depth review of the challenges and resulting solutions in the design phase will be presented. Operating results from several fully operational analog and digital installations will confirm the financial and signal quality benefits now being enjoyed by those broadcasters.

The savings realized by broadcasters already using this equipment are significant, immediate, and very likely to increase as power costs increase

The equipment, Quantum Depressed Collector Transmitters, will be featured in the Ai NAB booth #C6212. Also on display will be the Rohde & Schwarz liquid-cooled and air-cooled, LDMOS, solid-state transmitters.