Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Harris Broadcast Features Radio Broadcast Efficiency at 2013 NAB Show
Harris Broadcast comes to Las Vegas next month to showcase technologies for improved market coverage, cleaner over-the-air sound and integrated studio architectures, with new product enhancements and its first MaxxCasting demonstration for large audiences.
MaxxCasting was introduced last month as a joint solution with Geo-Broadcast Solutions to maximize audience reach, allowing broadcasters to fully utilize their FCC spectrum allotments. The MaxxCasting architecture employs corresponding transmission and control technologies to increase signal coverage via efficient, single-frequency networks — often more effectively than traditional booster technologies.
Harris Broadcast will demonstrate a MaxxCasting solution featuring Flexiva™ low-power transmitters, Intraplex® SynchroCast®3 IP based simulcast systems and Geo-Broadcast Solutions’ network design architecture (including GPS and booster technologies) — all outfitted in a compact Harris Broadcast outdoor enclosure to maximize equipment protection and increase location options.
Harris Broadcast will also show its Flexiva low-power transmitters in North America for the first time (50, 150, 300 and 500 W), and introduce a new transmitter option for integrated Orban audio processing to enhance sound quality. Additionally, the company will also showcase complete networked studio architectures for cost-efficient, distributed audio systems covering multiple studios.
Click here to read the complete announcement: http://gatesair.com/media-center/news/harris-broadcast-doubles-down-on-radio-broadcast-efficiency-at-2013-nab-sho