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Test Center Speeds Development of Broadcast Equipment

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notarboca
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Re: Very Nice Test Set Up
notarboca   7/28/2013 10:08:51 PM
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The ultimate patch panel, complete with transmitting standards, and all the good stuff for broadcast testing.  Hope these guys hit a home run with this product; it looks like it could save RF test engineers big money!

Nancy Golden
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Very Nice Test Set Up
Nancy Golden   7/27/2013 12:50:46 PM
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This looks like a very cool solution to what could otherwise be a very complex test set up. Being compact is a nice bonus. If I understand the design correctly, it looks like its modular approach would allow it to be customized to specific product needs - making it both flexible and also giving it a degree of cost effectiveness by allowing the user to purchase only what they need, with the ability to upgrade later if required.

Charles Murray
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Market cycles
Charles Murray   7/26/2013 5:45:01 PM
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Market cycles being what they are in the electronics industry these days, products like this are sorely needed. 

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