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GatesAir to Debut High-Power Maxiva Air-Cooled UHF Transmitters at the 2016 NAB Show Posted: 21/03/2016

At the 2016 NAB Show, GatesAira global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasterswill debut the Maxiva UAXT-12 and UAXT-16, the newest members of its Maxiva¢ UAXT high-efficiency, air-cooled UHF transmitter product family. The new transmitters extend the UAXT range, introduced in late 2014, to higher power levels not previously available in air-cooled transmitters. This gives UHF broadcasters the improved power efficiency and greater modularity of GatesAirs advanced PowerSmart® transmitter designs, including the third-generation PowerSmart Plus architecture along with the simplicity of air-cooled operation. 

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TV TEM in Brazil Expands Over-The-Air DTV Network with GatesAir Posted: 06/08/2014

Phase three of state-wide rollout extends high-quality HDTV services to 139 cities in Sao Paulo.  The current installation marks the third phase of an aggressive single-frequency network (SFN) rollout that will bring exceptional HDTV coverage to all 318 cities across TV TEM, an affiliate of REDE Globo, has relied exclusively on GatesAir over-the-air solutions for its DTV transition since 2009.  Following a successful phase two covering medium- and high-power sites, the current rollout focuses on low-power sites using high-efficiency GatesAir Maxiva¢ UAX air-cooled and ULXT liquid-cooled transmitters ranging from 100 W to 7.5 kW.  Collectively, the GatesAir SFN architecture brings together cutting-edge signal processing, transport and over-the-air delivery systems that minimize costs associated with network distribution and long-term operation.

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GatesAir Accelerates ROI for ISDB-Tb Digital TV Broadcasters Posted: 23/07/2014

 At the upcoming SET EXPO 2014 show in Sao Paulo, Brazil, GatesAir, a global leader in over-the-air broadcast solutions for television and radio, will demonstrate how ISDB-Tb DTV broadcasters can reduce long-term costs and accelerate return on investment with its end-to-end ISDB-Tb solutions.  GatesAir will showcase its new range of high-efficiency UHF transmitters at Booth A07/B08 from August 25-27, with complete integrated transport solutions to distribute high-quality, multichannel terrestrial and mobile TV services across large networks.

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GatesAir Next-Generation Maxiva Television and DAB Transmitters Deliver Industrys Lowest Total Cost of Ownership Posted: 01/04/2014

GatesAir, a global leader in over-the-air broadcast solutions for television and radio, will unveil its next-generation Maxiva¢ TV and DAB radio transmitters at the 2014 NAB Show (Las Vegas Convention Center, April 7-10, Booth N609) as the company celebrates its public debut.  Based on the companys transformational PowerSmart® 3D architecture, the new Maxiva models amplify operational efficiencies for over-the-air broadcasters across the UHF and VHF spectrum, balancing exceptional performance with low total cost of ownership. 

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