A new low-power FM antenna is among offerings planned at the spring convention by SPX Communication Technology, formerly Dielectric.
The DCR-XL Antenna has a 1 kW power rating; the company says it will be competitively priced for domestic and international low-power markets and is suitable for small-market stations, auxiliary antenna situations and college stations.
Also new is the DLP-V antenna, for mobile broadcast applications; the TLP-BB antenna, a side-mounted, lower-power UHF model suitable for NTSC and DTV broadcasters; a 50 W, six-pole tunable filter that operates over a frequency of 470 to 860 MHz and meet requirements for 6 MHz and 8 MHz bandwidth for digital and analog TV standards; and a 4 kW, six-pole, tunable filter for 470 to 860 MHz that similarly meets filter requirements for digital and analog TV.
Director of Engineering Keith Pelletier and Senior Vice President of Broadcast Engineering Kerry W. Cozad will present papers at the Broadcast Engineering Conference. Pelletier will talk about “New Developments in Master FM Antenna Systems,” while Cozad will present “Monitoring and Control Systems for Broadcast Transmitting Sites.”
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