Thomson Broadcast high-power turnkey system emphasis for TV and radio broadcasting at NAB show 2016

April 1st, 2016

THOMSON Broadcast a global leader in television and radio systems integration for over-the-air transmission is demonstrating at NAB show 2016, its leadership in deploying turnkey digital RF systems across Americas.

With the latest signature in Uganda, Ivory Coast, Cabo Verde and Indonesia for large-scale DTT networks and in Morocco for a medium-wave high-power radio transmission system, Thomson Broadcast is demonstrating at NAB show 2016, its ability to provide outstanding Radio & Television broadcasting services while manufacturing reliable transmission core equipment and developing leading-edge software applications.

Focusing on the best return of investment for broadcasters, THOMSON Broadcast is optimizing its digital systems which requires high-efficient transmitters but also the smart integration of solutions from the satellite downlink, head ends to the masts and antennas including leading-edge energy systems. In addition to supporting from low- to very high-power television and radio systems, Thomson Broadcast guarantees the quality of services from the installation to the commissioning. Combined with Thomson long field- proven experience in Americas in coverage studies, site surveys, civil work and training, Thomson Broadcast unique transmitter manufacturing capability is a key advantage.

“When it comes to generating new revenues with the development of digital broadcasting services, Thomson long experience in network deployments in North and South Americas is a guarantee of reliability. We are still strongly investing not only in energy-efficient solid-state transmitter’s technologies but also in an integrated green transmission system solution benefitting from highly capable technical support team to ensure our customers with the best return of investment. Thinking about the US repack and ATSC 3.0 upcoming implementation as a standard which may lead to a complete replacement of transmission equipment, we are on developing a new solution with key partners so as to be ready for the big launch.” says Pascal Veillat Chairman Thomson Broadcast.

At NAB show on its booth SU6414, THOMSON Broadcast will showcase its complete product portfolio for the digital television and radio systems based on its latest successes.

More information about Thomson Broadcast and its products is available at www.thomson-broadcast.com or by phone at +33 1 40 80 41 00.

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 About Thomson Broadcast

Since the earliest years of broadcasting, the THOMSON name has been synonymous with expertise and innovation at the highest level. A trusted partner to the world’s leading broadcasters, THOMSON has pioneered many developments that have shaped the industry such as leading innovation in solid-state technology. THOMSON Broadcast is building on this great heritage with a market-leading portfolio of transmission products for terrestrial television and radio broadcasting combined with world-class broadcasting services to propose complete system integration all around the world. With more than 50,000 active Thomson transmission systems deployed worldwide and a global support presence, THOMSON Broadcast continues to forge technologies for the future, with initiatives such as the innovative GreenPower, broadcast/mobile convergence programs and most recently the development of off-grid power system based on renewable energies for efficient and safe power solutions.

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