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PTRLNV/4 RXRLNV/4

COD. PTRLNV/4 RXRLNV/4

Power: 5 W

PTRLNV/4 RXRLNV/4

Link to carry audio signals to support sound FM radio broadband broadcasting.

Features

PRIMARY APPLICATION: Link to carry audio signals to support sound FM radio broadband broadcasting.
RADIO LINKS TOPICS: optimal price/performance ratio recognized worldwide.
AUDIO PERFORMANCE: low distortion and intermodulation values, combined with a high noise/signal ratio, provide high performance also together with an integrated stereo coder with L&R, Mono, MPX (composite signal) analog audio and auxiliary SCA/RDS inputs. The stereo coder is available as an option.
HARDWARE FEATURES: extremely compact and indeformable thanks to their stainless steel chassis, in 1 rack units (1HE) each only.
WORKING FREQUENCIES: standard working frequency bands are 1,4÷1,8 GHz or 2,3÷2,5 GHz MHz of 20 MHz and selectable in steps of 25kHz. Working frequency (hence, the frequency band) must be specified on order.
RELIABILITY/CONTINUITY: enhanced business continuity guaranteed in all working conditions through an APC automatic control and a Foldback protection. The presence a 24VDC connector connected to a battery or other power source ensures uninterrupted operation in the event of mains failure.
USER-FRIENDLY FEATURES: universal 80-260 V multi-voltage power supply enables operation on different mains voltages with no need to preselect voltage. Pushbuttons for user/device interaction provide enhanced accessibility, resulting in extreme ease of use. Configuration software offers a simple, intuitive interface.
INTERFACE CONTROL: total control thanks to microprocessor with all key parameters displayed on LCD.
EASE OF MAINTENANCE: advanced module engineering ensures extreme ease of access and simple maintenance.

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