Nautel has snagged another big contract to provide FM transmitters in Turkey.
The company is supplying 30 NVLT FM transmitters to Turkish Radio-Television Corp. with the option to purchase 12 more if needed.
These transmitters are all 5 kW models. The transmitters will be deployed at key locations throughout the country next year.
“Based in Ankara, TRT provides five regional and six national radio services as well as six AM radio broadcasts,” Nautel noted in its announcement.
“Additionally, Voice of Turkey provides shortwave programming in 32 languages. TRT radio is available on internet, satellite and cable as well as terrestrial services.”
In 2009, Nautel won a contract for 195 FM transmitters in a range of power levels up to 20 kW, and it supplied three 300 kW MW transmitters to TRT in 2008–2009. It said its transmitters have been “used to modernize a large portion of Turkey’s national FM Radio infrastructure.”
Yusef Tasdemir is the head of the Transmitter Operations Department at TRT. Ilker Aydin Akin is sales manager for Europe, Russia and Israel at Nautel.
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