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Nautel Introduces SNMP-Based System Controller

Manufacturer is also now shipping its VX Series

At the upcoming IBC Show, Nautel will exhibit a new SNMP-based system controller for its transmitters that was developed in partnership with Davicom. It will also highlight its VX Series transmitters, which are now shipping in several power levels.

The new SC4 controller offers N+1 and main/standby status and changeover control for GV, NV LT, NX, VS and VX Series transmitters. They’re pre-configured for Nautel transmitters and provide an HTML5 user interface with access via Ethernet.

Nautel SC4 Controller

John Whyte, the company’s head of marketing and product strategy, said in the announcement that because many stations prefer to have a backup transmitter for additional peace of mind, these controllers make switchover automatic and easily controlled.

Meanwhile the VX Series is now available, with systems of 150 Watts to 2 kW shipping from stock. It said the higher power systems with outputs up to 6 kW will begin shipping shortly. 

Nautel VX Series Transmitter

At IBC Nautel also will show technologies for digital broadcasting and audio distribution including DAB+ and DRM multiplexers, content servers/modulators, DRM and HD Radio-capable transmitters, and FM synchronizing options.

And it will highlight potential power savings for medium-wave stations that run MDCL. It said tests conducted in partnership with Orban “have repeatedly demonstrated that broadcasters operating –6 AMC MDCL can save up to 70% in power costs over non-MDCL operation.”

IBC Stand: 8-D70

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