At the 2014 NAB Show Ampegon will showcase new shortwave transmitter technology, promising advancements in transmitter control, motor drive tuning and measurement acquisition systems.
The new universal control system features a selection of functions and detailed information, the company says; it interacts with various subsystems and performs required measurements.
The tuning system with DC motor technology allows faster and more accurate positioning of the transmitter tuning circuits plus digital control, allowing automated frequency changes for optimum on-air performance. On the measurement side, simplified measurement acquisition captures measurements in real time for data display, logging and analysis. Diagnostic support helps make maintenance more efficient.
The company is also highlighting its photovoltaic power plant work at transmitter sites. Ampegon, which recently expanded its business to offer products in the green technologies sector, has developed an approach to transfer fallow land at transmitting stations and antenna fields into photovoltaic power plants in order to produce renewable energy at the customer site.
NAB Booth: C447