ONAIR MEDYA the Turkish broadcast equipment manufacturer has been recounting its success at the recent 2017 IBC Exhibition in Amsterdam. In a release at the end of the exhibition in Holland, the rapidly growing broadcast equipment company, said visitors to it stand “exceeded all expectations”.
ONAIR MEDYA used this year’s IBC show, to do a live demo of how transmitters are controlled via the internet. “We were also able to advertise our latest products and the updated self-managing system feature in FM &TV transmitters”, the press statement said.
Key products on display were the 250W to 20KW FM transmitters designed using the extremely rugged LDMOS power transistors. This technology used exclusively by ONAIR MEDYA, guarantee very efficient and extraordinary performance by enabling low energy consumption, with a GPIO switch that triggers inbuilt air-conditioner when the room temperature or humidity drops below a certain level.
The transmitters also have built-in RDS, programmable from the exciter panel or via a connected computer. This is a marked advancement on the main features of ONAIR FM transmitters making them less complicated.
Also showcased at the 2017 IBC were a range of Digital Microwave Link Solutions, designed to operate in all international frequency bands with superb digital audio and video output.
Since it was established 21 years ago in Istanbul, Turkey, ONAIR MEDYA has been manufacturing professional broadcast equipment using the innovative technologies and selling at very competitive prices.
Prior to this year’s IBC, the company revealed that 1KW FM transmitter remained consistently highest in demand this year.
The number of 1KW transmitters sold in Asian and African countries this year doubled the demand compared to last year. Mostly they supplied to the radio stations who upgraded their transmitter to increase their coverage in these countries.
So far, ONAIR MEDYA has delivered more than 10,000 units of FM/TV transmitters from its factory in Turkey to satisfied customers in 75 countries across the globe.