Thomson Broadcast to showcase at CABSAT 2013
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, February 09 - 2013 at 12:02
- PRESS RELEASE
ARELIS group acquired in December 20th 2012 the entire transmission business portfolio of Thomson Broadcast including radio and television transmitter products lines as well as all scientific applications.
Thomson Broadcast is then benefiting from a 100% French manufacturing and industrial synergies with ARELIS group extended RF and microwave activities for military applications. Moreover with ARELIS Group complete capabilities ranging from R&D to products industrialization and tests, from prototype to large series, Thomson Broadcast is widely extending its technological know how.
During Cabsat 2013 expo Thomson Broadcast is highlighting its newest high-power FUTHURA Green Power TV Transmitter Family for drastic energy savings and long- term reliability. The GreenPower solutions also includes a comprehensive range of low- and medium- power range repeaters and transmitters based on the same new exciter platform as FUTHURA. This leading-edge exciter supports in dualcast DVB-T/DVB-T2 standards and all advanced features. For a unique broadcasters flexibility, the MPLP capability allows within a single channel to deliver different services including mobile, SD, 3D, HD or digital radio with various robustness features.
With the largest worldwide medium-wave radio transmitters installed base, THOMSON Broadcast is also promoting its high-power long- and medium-wave S7HP transmitter system. S7HP DRM ready transmitter family provides an "all-in-one" solution for all ranges of power and the best service quality for listeners across a country or region.
"We are very enthusiastic to bring our financial and organizational support to great motivated teams so as to combine our skills and to provide innovative turnkey transmission solutions on Middle East markets," said Pascal Veillat, Chairman, ARELIS Group.
"With a reinforced industrial capacity, Thomson Broadcast is ready to propose reliable cost efficient transmitters and services for any radio or television digital networks," added Pascal Veillat.
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