Alive Telecom Prepares for 2017 NAB Show

Alive Telecom has provided U.S.A.-made, broadcast equipment and antennas in the United States and internationally since 2002. At the 2017 NAB Show, Alive Telecom will exhibit several new TV transmission antenna designs.

Alive Telecom produces highly engineered Broadcast Antenna Solutions for low to high power applications in either a broadband or single channel environment. Alive offers UHF and VHF antennas for top or side mount conditions. Custom designs are available for unique Azimuth, Null Fill or Beam-tilt requirements.

New Products

ATC-BCSE – Elliptically polarized cavity slot antenna, a UHF wide-band antenna option that allows multiple pattern configurations at various elevation gains and beam tilt designs. Typical 30% vertical component low <5kW or high <30kW input options.

ATC-BPX – MIMO +/- 45 slant panel antenna, a broadband UHF panel for advanced next generation communication systems. Typical panel array structure designs with Omni, Wide, Medium, and Narrow Cardioid arrangements. 1.5 kW per input per panel.

BEITC Session

Before the 2017 NAB Show exhibits open, The 2017 NAB Broadcast Engineering and IT Conference (BEITC) ENGAGE will be held on Saturday April 22, 2017. Alive Telecom President/CEO Dan Barton will give his presentation “Exploring Antenna Polarization Options for ATSC 3.0 Environment” at the BEITC ENGAGE.

Dan Barton’s presentation will take place on Saturday April 22, in LVCC room N256. The Session is named Emerging Broadcast Delivery Systems, and is scheduled for 11:00am to 12:30pm.

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