Nautel will offer a deep-dive into the features and capabilities of the new, 11 member 150W – 6kW FM VS Series rackmount transmitter family in a Webinar this Thursday, March 30 at Noon EDT. Nautel’s Jeff Welton will be joined by guests Matt Herdon and Justin Jamieson.
Registration is here.
The VX Series began shipments this month with deliveries of 150W – 2kW systems, higher power systems will be featured at this year’s NAB show with deliveries to follow later in the year. Nautel reports enthusiastic customer response to the new transmitters and strong initial orders.
Building on the legacy of the company’s proven VS Series, the new analog VX Series offers advanced control, instrumentation, and features in a compact footprint. The architecture of the new Series incorporates state-of-the-art DSP, power supply, and FET technology to ensure robust performance, serviceability, and value. Additional advances in Nautel transmitter engineering include an updated RF power chain utilising a new high voltage FET with superior analog FM performance; the power chain has been mated with a dual core DSP for ultra-clean signal generation. Nautel also adopted Titanium-grade industrial power supplies, which are hot-swappable with easy front panel access.
Control of the VX Series is accomplished via Nautel’s new HTML5 Advanced User Interface (AUI), which itself has been the result of a complete re-design over the past few years.
The VX Series offers multiple features and outstanding value:
- A choice of 11 TPO levels ranging from 150W to 6kW.
- High AC-RF efficiency.
- Compact rack-mount design, only 20- to 25-inch depths.
- Large, easy-to-view colour display.
- Easy access to FETs, fans, and filters for quick serviceability.
- Powerful, secure HTML5 AUI.
- Instrumentation, RDS, SNMP, and Presets normally seen only in high power transmitters.
- Optional Orban Inside audio processing.
- 4-year warranty.
The VX Series, along with the GV and NX Series transmitters and new, advanced technologies related to Radio transmission, will be shown in booth W2843 at the upcoming NAB show in Las Vegas.