Ready for transmission

Fox, David
November 2002
TVB Europe;Nov2002, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p34
Reports on the launching of several digital transmission products by various electronic companies during the IBC 2002 show in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Information on the transmission products manufactured by Abe Elettronica used for satellite digital contribution links; Application of high-performance switching-mode power supply on the low power transmitters of CTE International.


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