Designed for the lowest-power classes (up to 10W) in DVB-T/DVB-T2 networks, the new Rohde & Schwarz R&S MLx UHF low-power transmitter integrates up to six transmit channels in one system.
The transmitter offers flexible configuration options for various applications and receiving conditions, making it well suited for use in areas without specific broadcasting infrastructure and even for installation in the smallest of outdoor enclosures.
With a depth of 9.8in (250mm), the R&S MLx offers interfaces that can be easily accessed on the transmitter’s front panel. The transport stream can be fed via coaxial cable or satellite. The R&S MLx even supports UMTS for monitoring broadcast operations. In addition, it produces very little dissipated heat and is equipped with convection cooling, making complex cooling systems unnecessary.
The autonomous transmitter unit is well suited for rural areas with poor reception, such as mountain valleys and islands, as well as for small private networks at trade fairs, shopping centers or universities, to cite a few examples.