Broadcast Australia Deploys New High Efficiency Transmitters from Rohde & Schwarz in Australia

Broadcast Australia has placed orders for high efficiency DTV transmitters to Rohde & Schwarz as part of both the introduction of new services and a transmitter replacement program. These will be installed throughout the country and include R&S®THU9 UHF transmitter family and the recently launched R&S®THV9 VHF transmitter family in different Power classes (2.3kW - 9.2kW).

Both UHF and VHF high efficiency transmitters are using the Doherty technology which helps the operator to reduce their operational costs.

General Manager, Engineering Stephen Farrugia said,” Broadcast Australia is delighted to be partnering with Rohde & Schwarz. The performance of the new generation R&S®Tx9 high power transmitters from Rohde & Schwarz will help us to improve the management of our networks.”

Final deliveries, installation and commissioning will be coordinated by Broadcast Australia. “We are very pleased to work with Broadcast Australia in this project”, said Regional Manager Nils Ahrens. ”Energy efficiency becomes a key indicator for broadcast transmitters and Broadcast Australia is one of many broadcasters & network operators around the world relying on high performance and efficient Rohde & Schwarz transmitters.”

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