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NABSHOW 2022

NABSHOW 2022

April 24-27, 2022

Las Vegas Convention Center

Las Vegas, Nevada

2022 will welcome a reimagined NAB Show experience. This show will feature four destinations spread across three halls, CREATE, CONNECT, or CAPITALIZE, each representing a community-centric workflow within the ecosystem; and INTELLIGENT CONTENT, home to an arsenal of transformative technologies crossing every sector.  NAB Show will be utilizing the Central, North and the West Halls in 2022.

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Visit our booth in the West Hall at W6505!

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First module assembled for a new five station FM channel combiner

ERI’s Filter Lab technicians have begun assembly for system testing for a new five-station constant impedance FM channel combiner. The combiner will be fully assembled and tuned here at ERI’s factory and then disassembled for shipment and reassembly at the customer site. The individual combiner modules are configured in vertical stands to minimize the floor space they require. The system also includes a power divider at the combined output to divide the combined output into two transmission lines, which will feed the top and bottom halves of the 16-bay AXIOM® Master FM Antenna system.

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New Integrated UHF Channel Combiner

The product shown is a new Model UF3000-323-TCC UHF Tee Combiner built to combine RF Channel 14 and 36 into a broadband UHF panel antenna. It is a channel combiner only with two (2) three-section UHF bandpass filters in a single integrated case. The combiner is rated to handle up to 3 kW average power at each input, 6 kW at the combiner output. Insertion loss is only 0.1 dB. The combiner includes single port directional couplers at each of its 1-5/8-inch EIA flanged inputs and a single port adjustable directional coupler at the 3-1/8-inch EIA flanged combined output.

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A top-mounted elliptically polarized TRASAR® television antenna

The antenna pictured in East Tennessee PBS’s Sneedville, Tennessee, main facility WETP. The signal serves communities in northeast Tennessee, southeast Kentucky, and western North Carolina, and Virginia. This is an elliptically polarized antenna, and so the climbing facilities are a fiberglass ladder to minimize distortion of the vertically polarized azimuth pattern. The antenna is installed on a 540-foot guyed tower ERI manufactured and installed in 2005.