RF Central introduces RFX-RMT-II 2GHz rack-mounted transmitters at HD World 2007

RF
Central, a digital microwave technology provider, debuted its new
RFX-RMT-II 2GHz rack-mounted transmitter at HD World 2007. Designed with
broadcasters in mind, the unit offers complete HD upgradeability with the
latest in high-quality, low-delay, HD encoding technology.

With
inputs of a composite, component, SDI (HD) or DVB-ASI signal, this new product
is perfect for live news and sports coverage. The compact unit offers a
variable 6/7/8 MHz modulator, 500mw power output, and full MPEG menu control by
the customer. It is designed for live news and sports crews requiring the
ultimate in quality and performance in a rack-mounted transmitter. The
RFX-RMT-II’s linear RF amplification technology limits spectral regrowth at
full power to less than -35dBc, offering robust RF performance with exceptional
adjacent channel rejection. While presently available in the 2GHz frequency
band, additional frequencies will be available upon request.

“RF
Central is proud to introduce the RFX-RMT-II,” says RF Central CEO Jeff
Winemiller. “Its state-of-the-art design allows the customer the ability to
migrate to full HD capability, delivering the ultimate in high definition video
performance.”

While the
RFX-RMT-II is available is standard SD, it is software upgradeable to full High
Definition (HD) capability. Demodulation modes include QPSK, 16 QAM and
64 QAM.