The quality factor
Basically, an FM transmitter network consists of two or more transmitters that are distributed geographically to cover as large an area as possible. FM range is a decisive factor when determining the success and market share of a radio station because as the number of stations increase, the quality of the reception has a direct impact on the listener’s choice. This is why distribution is so important. A larger and better network results directly in a larger potential audience reach and the related revenue. That's where Broadcast Partners come in.
As specialists in frequency planning and channel network management, Broadcast Partners are mainly engaged in the technical planning and distribution of radio stations and can offer comprehensive service as well as theoretical and practical expertise with regards to:
The quality of the transmitted signal is directly dependent on the quality of the primary studio signal and the way it is distributed within the transmitter network.
Broadcast Partners guarantees continuity in broadcasting by providing reliable backup facilities for the primary audio signal.
Redundancy within the network
The availability of the channel network and backup facilities are key to determining the quality of the selected transmission system.
Broadcast Partners provide various transmitter configurations that range from the single Bronze series to the fully redundant Diamond series.
Radio stations use modulation processing to create their own sound image. Broadcast Partners also apply this technique but in a different way.
Radio Data System (RDS)
Broadcast Partners manage networks that are equipped with RDS encoders in order to steer multiple RDS functions.