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GatesAir wins contracts with Sambhav Media and ENIL

GatesAir wins contracts with Sambhav Media and ENIL

GatesAir wins contracts with Sambhav Media and ENIL

India:

GatesAir has won a pair of turnkey FM radio contracts in India, with Sambhav Media and ENIL. These will see the deployment of Flexiva FAX air-cooled transmitters, auxiliary RF equipment and rigid transmission line at 30 stations, as well as turnkey installation, commissioning and technical support services through GatesAir’s country partner, Horizon Broadcast Electronics.

The GatesAir solutions reportedly outperformed competitor system for transmitter size and energy efficiency to win the contracts.

At Sambhav Media, 13 FM radio stations recently acquired from the FM Phase-III auction will receive a 1kW backup transmitter, with all sites operating in a fully redundant 1+1 configuration. The project marks Sambhav Media’s entry into the radio broadcast space.

‘After many discussions with different manufacturers in the premium market, we selected GatesAir transmitters because of their high efficiency, smaller footprint and, most important, the redundancy within their transmission systems,’ explained Jagdish Pavra, director of engineering at Sambhav Media. ‘We are now on the air at seven sites with GatesAir transmitters, and are very happy with their performance as well as the services GatesAir provides.’

Meanwhile, ENIL acquired 14 stations in the FM Phase-II auction, each of which will be equipped with a 5kW transmitter. Another order was then placed for two 10kW transmitters and one 6kW model for installation at three of ENIL’s other stations.



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