Nautel has emerged as one of the world’s largest manufacturers of radio broadcast transmitters with more than 14,000 deployments in 177 countries.
Nautel's product lines include medium wave (AM) and FM radio broadcast transmitters, both analog and digital and is a key player in this latest phase of digital broadcast technology.
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Nautel was born out of innovation starting with the first successful solid-state transmitters for broadcast, and today offers the most modern fleet of transmitters in the industry. Nautel’s engineering team is even pushing its RF Amplifier expertise into space. That means there is a bit of rocket science in all of our transmitters. It shows in Nautel’s digital broadcasting leadership and revolutionary approach to traditional transmitter design. Nautel’s Advanced User Interface, built-in instrumentation, IP Audio, audio automation, Push Radio, HD PowerBoost, and built-in audio processing are just some examples of Nautel innovation in recent years.
Nautel’s latest generation of transmitters were designed to place enhanced control in to the hands of engineers so that they could become more efficient in their work. Years of interface development effort gives immediate access to almost any parameter imaginable, whether at the transmitter site or from the comfort of your living room. Imagine knowing in advance what parts and tools you’ll need at the transmitter site. Having that much control remotely can help you avoid trips, save time and save money (more than 4,500 AUI capable transmitters have shipped to date).
Whether you intend to broadcast digitally now or in the future your new Nautel transmitter will be ready. While most transmitter designs have been adapted to address the digital broadcasting era, Nautel engineers started fresh to ensure the GV, NV, NX and VS Series transmitters would offer the best possible digital radio performance. Easy upgrades using solid-state plug in boards and/or 1RU digital components make it easy to move from analog to digital broadcasting.