Harris Flexiva


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Harris Flexiva 20kW

Air-cooled FM transmitter

This VHF FM solid-state transmitter provides radio broadcasters with a single platform to support analog and global digital standards. Quad-mode operation supports FM, FM+HD Radio, HD Radio-only or DRM+ digital broadcasting, while the transmitter incorporates Harris Real-Time Adaptive Correction (RTAC) technology to optimize power and minimize adjacent-channel interference.

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Flexiva transmitters are built on the legacy of Harris radio broadcast transmitters, including the ZX Series and its efficient power supply, cooling and control designs. Available in power levels up to 20kW, Flexiva transmitters also leverage Harris PowerSmart technology to create a compact, cost-efficient transmission solution with high power density and low operating costs.
800-622-0022
broadcast@harris.com
www.broadcast.harris.com


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