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The Digigram Iqoya STL has been adopted throughout the Yukon Territory in Northwestern Canada by Native North Broadcasting Yukon (NNBY). The broadcaster has deployed 22 Digigram Iqoya Link and Link/LEs to provide multilingual coverage throughout the territory of more than 480,000 square miles.
All India Radio (AIR) has taken delivery of 35 Prism Sound dScope Series III audio test instruments, which are being used to check the audio quality of AIR's transmitter links throughout the country. With a national network of 237 broadcasting centers, the AIR home service broadcasts in 24 languages and 146 dialects, while its external service covers 27 languages: 17 national and 10 foreign. The broadcaster has 149 medium-frequency, 54 high-frequency, and 177 FM transmitters.
Jampro Antennas has installed and commissioned FM radio antennas covering 350 separate broadcast frequencies for Radiorama, one of the oldest and most established radio networks in Mexico. The group has stations throughout the country offering entertainment, news and Mexican music. The turnkey system consisted of Jampro models JCPB (broadband), JSWB (superwideband, high power) and JMPC (medium power) side-mounted FM antennas, rigid transmission line, patch panels, and Starpoint combiners. On-site commissioning was performed by company technicians. Of the systems provided, only 32 single-frequency antennas were supplied; all others were either two or three frequency side-mounted systems, with a frequency separation of as much as 18MHz.
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