Exhibitor News: Shively Labs

BOOTH N5019  Shively Labs says that its 2930 low-power branched combiner is the best solution for multiple stations — usually between two and four per antenna.

The company can custom-engineer a client’s system using either 2914 or 2916 bandpass filtering that will provide higher spectral purity, flat in-band frequency response and typical isolation values of 50 dB or higher — even for frequencies 0.8 MHz apart.

The bandpass filters can be mixed to match any particular system and will meet regulatory specifications. Each combined system is designed to provide high performance in the smallest space possible and are fully IBOC-compliant, Shively says.