Nautel Adds Four Power Levels to NVLT Series Transmitters

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Hackett's Cove, NS - Apr 5, 2013 - Nautel has expanded its NVLT line of FM transmitters that marry the architecture of its NV Series with the intelligent features of the VS Series. These new analog-only transmitters complement the digital capable NV Series and are optimized to provide both exceptional value and the advanced capabilities only offered by Nautel.

Operational capabilities, first popularized in the VS Series, include analog or AES digital input; PushRadio; Livewire IP Audio I/O; Shoutcast or IceCast streaming input; local content storage; USB audio backup; dynamic RDS, dual SCA and stereo coders; scheduler and playlists. An Orban Inside option with full Advanced User Interface (AUI) integration is also available. Control capabilities include full local or remote access via Nautel’s award winning web based AUI with onboard audio spectrum analyzer, modulation monitor and other powerful instrumentation.

NVLT transmitters are available in 3.5, 5, 7.5 10 15, 20, 30 and 40kW (analog only) configurations.

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