LBA Technology Updates CAMI and CAMIMAX

Three new models offer economical solutions to add FM translators, LPFM and LPTV to an AM tower June 22, 2016
GREENVILLE, N.C.— LBA Technology Inc. has updated its CAMI and CAMIMAX AM isocoupler hardware with three new models. The company introduces the CAMI500, CAMI1800 and CAMI5000, billed as affordable ways to add FM translators, LPFM and LPTV to an AM tower.
 
In December, the company had announced that it would add capability to put FM translators on AM towers in reaction to the recent AM revitalization order from the FCC.  
 
Broadcasters can choose from the three models according to their needs; each can handle “typical FM or TV power to 5000 watts” and” allow a transmission line at any frequency, from DC–3GHz, to ‘jump’ the AM base insulator without affecting either service,” according to LBA.
 
“Feedback and demand from within the industry helped the LBA research and development team refine our original and successful CAMIs into three even more flexible, attractive, and cost effective units,” LBA Chief Operating Officer Mike Britner said in the announcement.
 
The company says the updated versions feature “more convenient power ratings and new connector options.” Specifically, “Type N connectors are standard on the CAMI500, either Type N or 7/16 DIN connectors are available for the CAMI1800, and a choice of 7/16 DIN or 7/8 EIA connectors are available on the CAMI5000.” Detailed specs for each model are available here.
 
CAMIs are available from directly from LBA or from select broadcast distributors worldwide. LBA also plans to support the legacy models already in the field.
 

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