GatesAir Maxiva VAX
Maxiva VAX VHF transmitters now incorporate GatesAir PowerSmart 3D technology to help DAB digital radio broadcasters of all sizes save money and reduce carbon footprints. Fully broadband amplifier designs simplify installation, improve performance, and streamline ongoing operation. Modular designs minimize overall maintenance and reduce spare parts to one set across networks. PowerSmart 3D technology also delivers industry-leading power-efficiency and physical size reduction to provide the best possible total cost of ownership over the life of the transmitter. For radio broadcasters, the Maxiva VAX is ideal for DAB radio networks, with advanced inputs including EDI (Encapsulation of DAB Interfaces) to support signal distribution over IP networks
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