RFS Broadcast Auxiliary Service Filter Proves its Value to Broadcasters and Mobile Operators in New Orleans
A new Broadcast Auxiliary Service (BAS) Interference Mitigation Filter (IMF) from RFS is helping broadcasters and mobile operators tackle the growing AWS interference issue. The compact filter rejects all AWS-1 and AWS-3 spectrum emissions while passing BAS channels 1 through 10. With RFS’ purpose-built, weatherproof IMF installed in its BAS link, a major New Orleans TV broadcaster is confirming that transmissions from mobile news teams are dramatically improved. The station can transmit high-quality, highly reliable signals from further afield with complete confidence. And station engineers have the flexibility to install the filter exactly where it’s needed — indoors or out
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