Elenos DAB300, DAB600
The new line of DAB transmitters (DAB300, DAB600) in VHF band III provide high power in a compact size with good overall efficiency. Signal quality is guaranteed to a high MER value (typically 34dB), to a typical shoulder attenuation of 38dB. DAB, DAB+ and T-DMB are supported. Users can switch between two ETI (G703, G704) input signals. The transmitters can be used for single- and multi-frequency networks. Remote control is possible via SNMP and Web. Other features include adaptive pre-correction, direct-to-channel modulation, and operation in DAB modes I, II, III, IV.
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