Maxiva PMTX-1 integrates a low-power transmitter or transpositor/translator to support a wide range of VHF and DAB use cases, from filling coverage gaps to delivering focused broadcast content as a point transmitter.
Its rugged, telecommunications-grade housing makes the PMTX-1 impervious to the elements, with adaptability to any weather or outdoor environment thanks to its sealed protective cover. The VHF version covers channels 7 through 13 and is marketed primarily for use in North America and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. In mixed-spectrum networks, broadcasters can take a UHF signal and translate it into a VHF output, for example.
In addition to pole-mount configurations, the PMTX-1 is also securely mounted on traditional building structures and transmission towers, giving network operators and broadcasters seemingly endless outdoor installation scenarios. That makes the PMTX-1 ideal for single frequency network (SFN) configurations where multiple transmitters operate on the same frequency to maximize signal penetration. The PMTX-1 is also available for analog TV networks (100 W), with a field-upgradeable path to DTV (50 W for ATSC, DVB-T, DVB-T2 and ISDB-Tb).