GatesAir announces a TV win in Russia

GatesAir announces a TV win in Russia

GatesAir wins in Russia

Trade House Svyaz Engineering will take delivery of 1076 Maxiva™ ULXTE liquid-cooled and UAXTE air-cooled transmitters, featuring GatesAir XTE exciters for multichannel DTV processing.

 

Commencing immediately, the project comprises a new digital TV rollout in multiple cities and regions that will rollout over a three-year period.

 

GatesAir won the contract due to its ability to provide quick shipment of its transmitters, due in part to Maxiva transmitter designs that accelerate production and delivery from the company’s Quincy, Illinois manufacturing center. The contract Trade House Svyaz Engineering has with RTRN (Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network) also includes turnkey equipment, installation and commissioning services.

 

GatesAir partner Trade House Svyaz Engineering will assist the regional GatesAir team with all service and support-related initiatives.


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