Posted on May 20, 2022 in ATSC News
Technology infrastructure company Signal Infrastructure Group (SIG) has been retained by Northern California Public Broadcasting’s KQED San Francisco to perform a turn-key project replacing its existing ch. 30 high-power transmitter at Sutro Tower in San Francisco with a new ATSC 3.0-ready model from GatesAir. SIG is handling all the designing, specifying, sourcing, managing, installing and commissioning of the new transmitter.
SIG builds and operates broadcast transmission and software infrastructure to expand access to content and information in communities across the country. It has a deep bench of engineering experience with similar projects and knowledge of the Sutro Tower site.
>>>Read the full story at TV Newscheck here.
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