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Mississippi Public Broadcasting Adds HD Radio
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Under a turn-key contract, three Jampro tower teams installed the antennas that averaged 10 bays per station on MPB towers that ranged from 500' to 1,500' in elevation. New 3-1/8" Jampro Proline rigid transmission lines were installed on six of the eight towers. Two towers had newer lines that could tolerate the power. Continental handled the connections to its new transmitters.
For Mississippi Public Broadcasting the two new HD Radio signals have been a resounding success according to toll-free listener calls, e-mails and personal feedback from listeners, and glowing satisfaction from classical music buffs.
Kessler and Gehman Engineering
Bob Gehman, Sr. and Jeff Gehman
Mississippi Public Broadcasting
Bob Buie, director technical services;
Cy Vance, assistant director technical services;
Jerry Ladd, director microwave network;
Jason Klein, director of radio
Greg Montano, sales engineer
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