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MW / AM Transmitters
Solid-state high-power MW radio transmitters 



 
More than 100 transmitter units with output powers from 1 to 1000 kilowatts are installed in Iran and some neighboring countries.

Technical specifications and Innovations:

 

  • Switching technology with efficiency greater than 90%
  • Use of long-life solid-state
  •  MOSFETs instead of vacuum tubes
  • PWM modulation technology
  • Fully modular design
  • In-module error control using programmable ICs.
  • Reliability and ease of installation, repair and maintenance
  • Combination of serial and parallel power combining in 1000KW transmitter.
  • fluctuations compensation of the mains power.
  • Manufacturing of 20KV/260V power transformer in a special design for 2.4MVA power
  • Design and manufacture of 2.4MW rectifier with a special inductance filter for 6000A current
  • Design and implementation of control and monitoring system through PC

Mobile MW Radio Transmitters:

One of the other products in this category is the mobile MW transmitter that is suitable for using in critical conditions and disasters. It can be installed and becomes operatable in less than 48 hours.

Specifications:

  • 100KW output power in the whole of MW band
  • All requirements of a radio broadcasting site with fast installation capability
  • Ability of installation and operation everywhere.

Our offerings :
Custom Production
Consultation

The ACECR affiliate in charge:
Khaje Nasir Toosi University Branch
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