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NAB Sneak Peek: Shively Labs Brings in Branched Combiner

Model 2930 is aimed at multistation operations

Shively 2930 Branch Combiner

Shively Labs says that its 2930 low-power branched combiner is the best solution for multiple stations.

The company can custom-engineer a client’s system using either 2914 or 2916 bandpass filtering that will provide higher spectral purity, flat in-band frequency response and typical isolation values of 50 dB or higher — even for frequencies 0.8 MHz apart.

Each combined system is designed to provide high performance in the smallest space possible and are fully IBOC compliant, Shively says.

NAB Booth: N5019