Hiqh quality STL studio transmitter links
Transmit your program, events, parties and much more with the new UHF
link series from PCS Electronics
The new UHF link series is a complete system for those who need to transmit
audio from studio to the remotely located transmitter (usually mountain top).
The Hi-Fi VCO present in the link guarantees an incredible audio quality - punch
and clarity. The system can be connected to 110/220V AC line. Transmitter is
equipped with XLR audio inputs, 2 MPX inputs (MPX and SCA) and 19KHz pilot sync
output for RDS encoders. Transmitters offers 10W of clean adjustable power.
Receivers have MPX output and 3 XLR connectors (1x mono output + left/right
channel). They are equipped with 2 cavity filters with high gain RF cells.
- Frequency range: 200-240MHz, 300-330MHz, 400-470MHz, 940-960MHz available in
10 channel sub bands (specify frequency when you order)
- Output power: 10W
- Audio inputs and outputs: XLR (audio) and BNC (mpx), with multiturn trimmer
for level adjust
- 2 SCA inputs
- RS232 remote control
- RF input and output: N connector
- Range: Limited by optical visibility, up to 150Km.
- Mains voltage: 100-240V/50-60Hz
- Dimensions: 1H rack, 44cm deep
- Warranty: 1year
- Weight: 7Kg receiver, 7Kg transmitter
What is included?
- Receiver + transmitter
- 2x Yagi antenna (9dB)
- 2x 5mts coaxial cable with connectors
What is MPX link?
- MPX link transports MPX composite signal and passes it to your transmitter. MPX signal is "single-wire" and is combined into such by stereo encoder. Stereo encoder combines two separate stereo channels into one MPX signal which can than be passed via MPX STL link to the transmitter. If you require a STL link with two separate stereo channels check out this link here which has a built-in stereo encoder and decoder.
Will my signal be stereo if I use MPX STL link?
- Yes, the only difference is that you need stereo encoder in your studio and not at the transmitter. Modern radio stations use DSP processor and these usually have MPX composite output. One such low cost solution is here. At the receiving side of the STL link up on the mountain you need a transmitter with MPX input. Any detent FM transmitter will have MPX input, they are also cheaper than stereo models. For example here you don't need to buy the DSP model, you can take MPX model which is cheaper since it does not have stereo encoder, it will receive MPX from STL link.
IMPORTANT: When ordering specify required frequency band (write that under
comments). For example 410-420MHz. Exact frequency can be selected via LCD display,
there are 10 channels.