Radiorama Puts Jampro to Work in Mexico
An FM upgrade project represented a big
business opportunity for Jampro.
announced the installation and commissioning of FM broadcast antennas covering
350 broadcast frequencies for Mexican radio network Radiorama. Terms were not
“The turnkey system consisted of Jampro
models JCPB (broadband), JSWB (super wideband, high-power) and JMPC
(medium-power) side-mounted FM antennas, rigid transmission line, patch panels
and Starpoint combiners,” it reported. “On-site commissioning was performed by
company technicians. Of the systems provided, only 32 single-frequency antennas
were supplied. All others were either two- or three-frequency sidemounted
systems, with a frequency separation of as much as 18 MHz.”
Jampro told Radio
World the job involved more than 100 antenna systems.
Perchevitch said in the statement that Radiorama has been a customer for some