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Rohde & Schwarz to showcase future of terrestrial broadcasting at CABSAT

Rohde & Schwarz is set to unveil its latest advancements in television and radio broadcasting at CABSAT 2024. Alongside delivering audience engagement and revenue-generating services, the company will demonstrate how its new designs enhance transmitter efficiency and contribute to sustainability.

For broadcasters aiming to reduce carbon emissions while boosting reliability and resilience, the R&S TH1 transmitter represents a radical approach. This new design offers energy efficiency at least 15% superior to current top transmitters, and its liquid cooling system further decreases power requirements for air conditioning.

The R&S TH1 is also suited for incorporating 5G Broadcast, a new standard that delivers content to large numbers of concurrent users on mobile devices without using cellular bandwidth. This makes it a better choice for broadcast and pop-up video services, as well as multicast data delivery to IoT applications, potentially providing valuable new services from an existing transmitter network.

Radio broadcasters are increasingly drawn to DAB+ for its superior sound clarity, capacity for numerous stations, and stable operation.

Maha Chrabie, Sales Director of Broadcast and Distribution for Middle East and Africa at Rohde & Schwarz, said: “The Middle East is a vibrant market for us, and CABSAT is a great opportunity for us to connect with the key businesses in the region. Digital terrestrial transmission is a key talking point this year: while internet streaming continues to advance, there is no doubt that digital terrestrial transmission has huge advantages in efficiency and reach, as well as enabling new broadcast applications at a reduced cost for a better-connected world.” · BroadcastProME

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