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MMDS Broadband Transmitter

Multi-channel Microware Distribution System (MMDS) is also called wireless cable or open-to-air cable. Internationally, MMDS normally uses 2.1- 2.3GHz, 2.3-2.5GHz or 2.5-2.7GHz frequency spans, and the most commonly used span is 2.5-2.7GHz which also being used in China. MMDS is a mature and stable TV distribution and transmission system, which makes it an important way of transmitting TV programs to households and CATV head-ends.

GOSPELL's MMDS broadband transmitter GT-5527 has stable performance, with complete range of functionalities and great variety, it can support single or multiple channel transmission, in modulation modes of CMMB, DVB-T/C/S, DTMB and many others, thus is able to suit most of the needs from both regional and overseas customers.

Main Features:

·Modular design eases installation, on-site maintenance and power upgrade
·Low power consumption with linear design, further improves transmitting power and minimizes non-linear distortion
·Large and dynamic Auto Gain Control (AGC) circuit ensures stability of output power
·Ultra-low local oscillation phase noise, compatible for both analogue and digital signal transmission
·Expandable GSM/GPRS remote monitoring and control
·Options to assort with functions such as over-excitation, over-current, over-heat, standing wave protections.

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