Harris Helps Bring HD Radio Broadcasting to Thailand
Cincinnati - Nov 6, 2007 - Fatima Broadcasting International of Thailand has begun multicasting using Harris HD Radio transmitters, becoming one of the first HD Radio broadcast services in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2006, Fatima Broadcasting International won the rights to broadcast over a country-wide sub-carrier service for 85 FM stations from the Public Relations Department of Thailand's government.
Harris delivered two HD Radio transmitters to Loxley, a Harris representative in Thailand. Loxley handled installation, technical training and post-sales service for the two-region project. The company installed a Z8HD+ transmitter to service the Bangkok region and a ZX2000 transmitter for the Chaingmai area.
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