New VX Series, low/medium power Analog FM, increases to 11 models with a compact, serviceable and affordable design architected for long service life and lowest cost of ownership.
Hackett’s Cove, Nova Scotia; IBC Stand 8.C71 – Nautel’s new VX Series of FM transmitters is now being offered in 11 power outputs ranging 150 W to 6 kW. Building on the legacy of the company’s proven VS Series, the new analog VX Series offers advanced control, instrumentation, and features in a compact footprint. The architecture of the new Series incorporates state-of-the-art DSP, power supply, and FET technology to ensure robust performance, serviceability, and value.
Advances in Nautel transmitter engineering include an updated RF power chain utilizing a new high voltage FET with superior analog FM performance; the power chain has been mated with a dual core DSP for ultra-clean signal generation. Nautel also adopted Titanium-grade industrial power supplies, which are hot-swappable with easy front panel access.
Control of the VX Series is accomplished via Nautel’s new HTML5 Advanced User Interface (AUI), which itself has been the result of a complete re-design over the past few years.
The VX Series offers multiple features and outstanding value:
- A choice of 11 TPO levels ranging from 150 W to 6 kW
- High AC-RF efficiency
- Compact rack-mount design, only 20” to 25” depths
- Large, easy-to-view color display
- Easy access to FETs, fans, and filters for quick serviceability
- Powerful, secure HTML5 AUI
- Instrumentation, RDS, SNMP, and Presets normally seen only in high power transmitters
- Optional Orban Inside™ audio processing
- Nautel PhoneHome™ for enhanced service
- 4-year warranty
Nautel is accepting pre-orders for the VX Series now; first deliveries for the 150 W to 2 kW systems anticipated in Q4 2022, and 3 kW to 6 kW shipments in Q1 2023.
Nautel is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters with key contributions in the field of digital broadcasting. Focused on making transmission worry-free for users worldwide, Nautel transmitters employ advanced control, monitoring, and instrumentation tools which simplify management of transmitter sites, both locally and remotely via web access. More than 19,000 Nautel transmitters have been deployed in over 177 countries since 1970. For more information visit www.nautel.com
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