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Nautel Announces Spring Webinars
Hackett's Cove, NS – May 19, 2014 - Nautel has released its schedule for spring 2014 webinars. The introduction to the GV Series transmitters will be repeated in both English and Spanish. Winner of two awards at NAB 2014, the GV Series mates Nautel's high-power transmission architecture, class-leading IBOC performance and digital efficiency with advanced control and operational capabilities. Nautel's Chuck Kelly, director of sales, and Scott Marchand, lead designer for the GV project will conduct the English-language webinar; Gerardo Vargas, regional manager for Latin America and the Caribbean will lead the Spanish-language version. Each webinar will provide a quick overview of the line followed by discussion of the extensive capabilities of the transmitters. Running time is anticipated to be 40 minutes plus time for questions, and will include a live demonstration.
The English Webinar will be held May 28, 2014 at noon EDT; the Spanish Webinar will be held June 11 at noon EDT.
On June 4, Chuck Kelly and Jeff Welton will discuss "Extending the Life of Your Transmitter." This session will focus on two of the most critical considerations for ensuring the maximum life of a broadcast transmitter: positive airflow and lightning protection. The webinar begins at noon EDT and will run approximately 30 minutes plus time for questions.
For more information, or to register for a webinar, visit nautel.com/webinars.
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