A complete stereo FM transmission system for RSL broadcasters
supplied complete with matched folded dipole aerial and
20m of feeder cable. The unit is supplied fully configured
and just requires a stereo feed from your studio to get
you on air within minutes.
levels can also be set in advance depending on your licensed
power level and feeder cable length.
50W capacity of this transmitter means it is particularly
suitable for RSL's licensed at 25W who require long feeder
cables lengths. The minimum power level on this particular
model is 5 Watts.
the unit is set up in advance depending on your particular
requirements, most of the functions of the transmitter
remain directly controllable from two LCD front panels.
unit boasts an integral limiter / compressor, digital
stereo encoder and harmonic filter and is FCC certified
/ RTTE-CE compliant.
aerial included needs to be clamped in a suitable position
to provide optimum coverage. As every installation is
different, we do not supply mast fittings and clamps as
standard, however can supply these items on request. Although
installation is often a simple procedure, we would recommend
you commission the services of a suitably experienced
aerial installer who would normally undertake the work
for a nominal fee.
50W Stereo FM Transmitter
Jaybeam 7050 Folded Dipole Antenna
20m Feeder Cable (other lengths available if required)
Full instructions & installation guide
you require RDS for your broadcast, then we also provide
a transmitter kit with an RDS Encoder. Click
here for more details.
ABOUT THE RSL TRANSMITTER KIT
Do I need a separate processor / compressor?
A: The transmitter unit already boasts comprehensive
processing and level control circuitry and produces
a clean, commercial sound without the need for additional
Q: Can you install the aerial for us?
A: Unfortunately due to insurance limitations
we are unable to install aerials on your behalf.
However most TV aerial installation engineers can
install this type of aerial and typically charge
between £50 - £100 for the work. Technical
installation instructions are provided for engineers
undertaking the work.