Venevisión Renews Network With Transmitters From Thomson Broadcast
Thomson Broadcast today announced that Venevisión, one of Venezuela’s largest television networks, has ordered five new Thomson Optimum transmission systems for its national television network. Scheduled for installation by Q3 2011, the new systems will replace part of Venevisión’s existing Thomson transmitters after more than 15 years of continuous service.
Venevisión specified three 2-kW tran...
April 8th, 2011 Read more
Thomson Broadcast Introduces Elite 10 GreenPower Energy-Adept, Multichannel Repeater
Thomson Broadcast today announced the latest addition to its energy-efficient GreenPower range of transmission systems, the Elite 10 GreenPower multichannel repeater series. Designed to provide environmentally friendly coverage of transmission gaps in dense urban or mountainous environments, the Elite 10 GreenPower boasts a very competitive cost of investment.
The Elite 10 GreenPower multichann...
April 5th, 2011 Read more
Radio Bangladesh Betar Reaches Expats With Thomson Broadcast Transmitters
Thomson Broadcast today announced that Bangladesh Betar, the Bangladeshi national radio network, is to install a new shortwave transmitter and rotatable antenna from Thomson Broadcast, to extend the reach of its service to the Middle East, Central Asia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Indian subcontinent. The new transmitter and antenna installation will be located at the Kabirpur Shortwave St...
March 31st, 2011 Read more
WMBC-TV Reaches New York Audiences With Thomson Broadcast ATSC SFN Transmitters
Thomson Broadcast announced today that New Jersey-based broadcaster WMBC-TV has successfully deployed an ATSC single-frequency network (SFN) to improve its coverage in New Jersey and New York City. The installation ― Thomson Broadcast’s first implementation of an ATSC SFN solution — allows WMBC-TV to reach target viewing areas in New York that were not adequately served from the broadcaster’s New ...
March 29th, 2011 Read more
Brookhaven National Laboratory Selects Thomson Broadcast Technology for World-Leading Science Facility
Brookhaven National Laboratory has selected Thomson Broadcast to supply technology for its NSLS-II Project in Long Island, N.Y. The new National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II) will provide a state-of-the-art, three billion electron-volt storage ring delivering world-leading intensity and brightness, and generating x-rays more than 10,000 times brighter than the current NSLS facility.
March 15th, 2011 Read more
Thomson Broadcast Supplies ATSC Mobile DTV System to WGCL-TV in Atlanta
Thomson Broadcast announced today that WGCL-TV, the CBS affiliate serving the Atlanta, Ga., market, has purchased a new Thomson Mobile DTV transmission system based on the ATSC A/153 standard. WGCL-TV contracted Thomson Broadcast to deliver, integrate, and commission the fully redundant Mobile DTV package, which was taken online in September 2010 in a cost-effective upgrade to the station’s existi...
January 18th, 2011 Read more