Ecreso FM Transmitters Awarded FCC Certification for LPFM
Miami - Jan 30, 2013 - Ecreso FM transmitters have been certified by the FCC for operation by low-power FM (LPFM) stations in the United States. The company's transmitter range has also been accredited by Industry Canada.
All compact transmitters in Ecreso's Helios medium power range covering from 350W up to 1kW have been granted the certification by the FCC.
The Ecreso range includes a direct-to-frequency digital modulator, efficiency of up to 74 percent, management by TCP/IP and SNMP and integrated functions such as a stereo encoder, FM limiter and RDS encoder. The Helios FM transmitters equipped with a network interface also feature Ecreso's new Advanced Measurement Interface (AMI).
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