IBC Preview: Rohde & Shwarz

R&S ready to debut new transmitter and storage products
Rohde & Shwarz PKU 100
Rohde & Shwarz PKU 100

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Being launched at IBC 2018 is a next generation storage product – an extension to Rohde & Schwarz’s cost-effective, high performance shared storage solutions for collaborative media production networks. The new storage product targets broadcast, postproduction and file-based archive applications. Rohde & Schwarz brings an unique combination of proven hardware components and flexible software to the M&E market segment, which makes it scalable, flexible and highly reliable for the user.

Making its debut at IBC is also a new transmitter product: R&S TMU9evo, which is an air-cooled transmitter for UHF applications. With the new transmitter Rohde & Schwarz is introducing R&S Multiband Doherty for medium-power transmission applications providing category leading transmitter efficiency combined with significantly lower energy costs.

Also new at IBC, Rohde & Schwarz will further extend its R&S PKU100 family of satellite uplink amplifiers with the addition of its first outdoor satellite variant. It is the first on the market to combine the best of two worlds: taking solid-state amplifiers to the next level by incorporating adaptive predistortion, and having the advantages of tube amplifiers such as compactness, light weight and high efficiency. Another focus is convergent content monitoring featuring its award-winning R&S PRISMON multiviewer.

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