Ampegon, Transradio Enter Business Partnership


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Turgi, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany - Aug 20, 2013 - Transmitter manufacturers Ampegon Group and Transradio SenderSysteme Berlin have entered a strategic business cooperation.

The collaboration is primarily based on Transradio's long-wave and medium-wave transmitter TRAM line and Ampegon's system experience with comprehensive antenna products. Both companies are founding members of the DRM Consortium and together represent a large number of successful DRM installations.

Ampegon's product line of shortwave transmitters and wide range of radio antenna systems will be extended by the TRAM line. Transradio develops, designs and commissions modern digital broadcast transmitters and is specialized in AM/FM and LF/VLF communication applications.

The cooperation between Ampegon and Transradio consists of joint offers based on customer requirements. Furthermore it includes the share of resources for engineering and site-specific installation works as well as global marketing and sales activities.




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