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Rohde & Schwarz raises the bar in low power VHF transmitters with R&S TLV9

Rohde & Schwarz raises the bar in low power VHF transmitters with R&S TLV9

11/13/2020

Rohde & Schwarz will further extend its portfolio of low power VHF transmitters with the introduction of the R&S TLV9. The new model is designed to operate in the VHF band III with an output power of 50 to 300 W from a single 2U box. It has been developed for applications spanning DAB+ and digital TV standards in VHF band III.

The TLV9 targets a number of markets including DAB and DAB+ networks, mainly in Europe, as well as DTV network operators using VHF band lll in Italy, Finland, USA and Australia.

The TLV9 VHF transmitter achieves up to 30 % efficiency, setting the benchmark for the low-power transmitter class. With the TLV9, Rohde & Schwarz has focussed on simple operation. The new model provides a clear picture of the current operational status through an intuitive operator interface. Engineers can easily define boundaries for operational parameters, such as target shoulder distance or the warning level for a minimal MER. Based on this input, the transmitter works according to these parameters and provides constant feedback via SNMP without the need for external monitoring equipment.

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