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Nautel GV Series
Digital FM transmitters
The GV Series supports power levels ranging from 3.5kW to 80kW. Features include the highest HD power available, along with the highest digital efficiency, and an integral digital exciter (option for second low cost redundant exciter). HD PowerBoost is built-in at no additional charge. Operational capabilities include Orban Inside, USB audio input, IP Audio I/O, scheduler/playlists, MPX over AES support and LiveWire support. Control is via the award-winning AUI, with definable security/access levels. The transmitters also feature MER measurement and a full suite of HD Radio instrumentation with a spectrum analyzer and constellation view, supporting Nautel HD Reliable Transport; built-in PAPR/Crest factor reduction; robust cabinet and module designs for easy installation, hot swap of power modules, extensive redundancy and field repairable amplifier pallets; and PhoneHome for improved customer service.
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