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Engineering and Science>Communication >
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Medium Wave Radio Transmitter

Model:
JDN-MW1000K

Application: Transmission medium radio wave for receiver in large geographical areas


Technical Specifications:

-             Fully modular design

-             Using PWM modulation technology

-          Design and implementation monitoring and control system with capability to connects to computer

-             Error control in Module with using programmable IC technology

-             Using long life semiconductor devices instead of lamps

-          Using switch mode amplifiers technology with about 90 percent efficiency

-          Design and construction 2.4 MW rectifier with inductor filter for 6000 A current

-          Using total series and parallel power technique in radio transmitter up to 1000kW power

-          Simplicity and reliability in installation, setup, repair and maintenance

-             Specifically designed for 2.4 MW power, construction 20 K v/260v transformer

-             Compensation fluctuations in electrical power input

 

10kw and 1000kw transmitter built in ACECR branch K.N.T. ranked second in applied research and second in initiative in tenth and fifteenth Kharazmi international festival respectively.  

This product is designed and built by ACECR researchers and now is used in more of Iran radio sites.

Our offerings :
Custom Production

The ACECR affiliate in charge:
Khaje Nasir Toosi University Branch
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