Nautel Surpasses 10,000 Sales Worldwide

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Hackett's Cove, NS - Apr 18, 2011 - Nautel has exceeded the 10,000-unit mark in transmitter sales worldwide, and in the past three years has become one of the largest radio transmitter manufacturing companies in the world.

While Nautel started with solid-state transmitters 42 years ago, the recent history of company has been marked by accelerated growth. The company attributes the success of its radio transmitter line to the strength of theNautel engineering team, which is constantly pushing the boundaries of transmitter design, paired with uncompromising product support.

Nautel products can be found in climates ranging from arctic to desert to jungle and have been deployed in 177 countries on all continents. The company pioneered solid state radio transmitters in 1970 and has seen many industry firsts since then including the first solid state transmitters in many power categories for both AM and FM; advanced transmission technologies such as Reliable HD Radio Transport; Asymmetrical Sidebands; HD PowerBoost; and the Nautel AUI, a portal for accessing some of the most comprehensive control and diagnostic capabilities ever found in a broadcast transmitter.

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