lunes, junio 21, 2010

Australia / Malaysia : Continental Ships DRM-Ready Transmitters

Broadcast operators in Australia and Malaysia have both chosen Continental Model 418G-DRM transmitters for recent upgrades.

Transmission-services company Broadcast Australia ordered two DRM-ready 100 kW Continental Electronics transmitters for two of its shortwave stations. This is the first step by Broadcast Australia to enhance its digital shortwave broadcast capabilities.

The transmitters will be used to broadcast analog and digital programming from Broadcast Australia sites in Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, and Shepparton, Victoria. Both transmitters are expected to be on air by late in 2011.

State-owned public broadcaster Radio-Television Malaysia (RTM) ordered three 100 kW DRM-ready HF transmitters from Continental along with associated equipment. The units are to be installed at the RTM Transmitting Station at Kajang, and are to be on air by year-end 2010.

Source: 100 kW DRM-ready HF transmitters


+Radio-Television Malaysia (RTM)

+Broadcast Australia is a national broadcast services provider. A company that owns and operates the most extensive terrestrial broadcasting network in the country, a vital national asset that a wide range of customers depend upon.
Broadcast Australia is the seed asset in the Macquarie Communications Infrastructure Group (MCIG). MCIG is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and uses ASX code MCG.
Our network covers 561 strategic antenna sites across metropolitan, regional and rural Australia and our core business is transmitting the television and radio broadcasts of the ABC and SBS to over 98% of households. What's more, our network is an important resource for our other customers including commercial television and radio broadcasters, community broadcasters, telecommunications operators and the emergency services who share the facilities on our sites. We are at the heart of communications in regional and rural Australia, where the majority of our sites are located, and with continued investment, we will improve the range, reach and quality of services across the country.
Strong heritage, strong future: Broadcast Australia has over 40 years broadcast transmission experience, covering both analogue and digital services.
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