Friday, November 13, 2009

Nautel Multiplies its Success in the Philippines

Manila, Philippines, KBP Conference -- Nautel Limited has announced several recent transmitter orders from broadcasters throughout the Philippines. Sales were made through Nautel's distributor Broadcast World Philippines Systems Incorporated (BWPSI). Transmitters were ordered by the University of the Philippines in Metro Manila; Word Broadcasting Corporation in Cebu City (Visayas Region); Northern Mindanao Broadcasting Corporation in Butuan City; Masbate Broadcasting Corporation in Central Luzon; Far East Broadcasting Corporation for sites in Cagayan Valley (Northern Luzon and Korodanai (Mindanao), and Notre Dame Broadcasting in Cotabato City and Kidapawan City (both are in the southern part of Manila).
BWPSI President Desy Kelly says Nautel products fit many needs of Philippine broadcasters. "Our country is spread out over hundreds of small islands, and this means many transmitter locations are quite remote," Mrs. Kelly said. "Nautel's superior technologies for remote access, along with their products' reputation for reliability even in extreme conditions, make these products very attractive to the Philippine broadcast community."
Several customers are long-time Nautel users. "We have been using Nautel transmitters for years, and replaced an old AMPFET transmitter with a new model," said Father Joseph Suson of Word Broadcasting. "When we needed to upgrade our transmitter power, we only thought of one brand. Nautel." Father Ignacio Rellin of Notre Dame Broadcasting concurs. "It was worth waiting for our new Nautel NV 5 transmitter," Fr. Rellin said. "Our new Nautel transmitter is very user friendly and reliable- it is so modern and easy to use. We just love our new NV 5."
Nautel is on the BWPSI stand at KBP (November 12 - 14) doing a live demonstration of HD Radio via ABS CBN, 101.9 in Metro Manila. BWPSI is also showing Nautel's new VS Series of low power FM transmitters. These small transmitters have been engineered to withstand the harsh operating conditions that can frequently exist in low power facilities. Common service requirements, such as front panel accessible washable filters, are addressed; even the power transistors are field replaceable with common tools. Additionally, these are the first transmitters in the industry to incorporate internet audio I/O and Axia Livewire support. As with other Nautel transmitters, the VS Series includes Nautel's exclusive Advanced User Interface (AUI), which provides presets, logging, and local/remote control of all transmitter functions. The transmitters also provide an integral digital exciter. Customers who wish to upgrade to either HD RadioT or DRM® digital broadcasting will be able to do so easily with an optional VS HD add-on unit.
(Nautel Press Release)

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