Broadcast Electronics to Feature DRM+

Broadcast Electronics says that its STX LP Generation II FM transmitter is the first to broadcast a DRM+ and an analog FM signal simultaneously through a single transmitter.

BE will demonstrate DRM+ live at the NAB Show using a DRM+ signal that is 200 kHz offset from the FM signal, showing an FM signal at 97.1 MHz and a DRM+ signal at 97.3 MHz output from one BE transmitter.

The STX LP Generation II offers better performance and value than previous transmitters, says BE. This second-generation STX LP includes an integrated digital exciter, improved audio performance equal to the FXi Series, improved AC to RF efficiency, SNMP Level 3 Control, HD and DRM+ capability, quieter fans and a fan mute option in main/alternate or N+1 configurations.

NAB Show Booth: C2217

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