Nowadays, when analogue TV distributing networks provide neither quantity nor quality of programs, forming digital packages of TV programs is an alternative solution. It allows to save frequency resource   and to increase program capacity and quality. Using MMDS (Multichannel Multipoint Distribution System)
technology it is possible to deliver up to 60 channels (QAM64 modulated) and to cover ranges of up to 50 km. MMDS transmitter signal can be used by either a subscriber or CATV operators. The fact that signals used in     CATV network  and in MMDS transmitting system are of the same format considerably simplifies 
interaction between them. Thus MMDS signal received by subscriber’s converter can be fed into any   CATV network without processing. At that Conditional access system can be „end-to-end”, in other words signals scrambled by MMDS transmitters remain encrypted when transmitting in CATV network if they have been       received by subscriber’s MMDS converter and have been fed into a CATV network without processing. In order to feed a signal received from “on-air” system into a CATV network, it’s enough to amplify received signal and to combine it with CATV signals. 

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Company Radiofar together with the DVLab were Exhibitors at the IBC 2012 in the Amsterdam. Photo- report of Exhibition IBC - 2012 you can see here >>


Successful testing on the ground the system of digital broadcasting  DVB-T TV  VIllage for cottage settlements.   Read more.. >>


Company Radiofar together with the DVLab were Exhibitors at Cabsat 2012, in the Dubai. Photo-report of exhibition Cabsat 2012 you can see here >>


Radiofar represents a new generation of transmitters and power amplifiers for the frequency range 2.1-2.7 GHz developed by the Doherty scheme



The Repeater MVDS. The company Radiofar produced repeaters for MVDS systems with frequency range: 10.7-11.5 GHz,   11.7-12.7 GHz,   12.75-13.25 GHz.  Read more... >>


New transmitter MVDS: 12.75-13.25 GHz. The company Radiofar produced the new transmitter for MVDS systems with output powers P1dB=2 W and P1dB=4 W and frequency range 12.75-13.25 GHz.    Look here >>