AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 – As designer and builder of the most sophisticated RF solutions for broadcast, film and live production, Wisycom introduces its new MPR52-ENG Dual Diversity Receiver at IBC 2017 (Stand 8.D78). This addition to Wisycom’s wide range of products this was designed for professional ENG applications.
The new MPR52-ENG now has two built-in diversity receivers with both analog and digital outputs. With up to 790 MHz bandwidth in the 470/1260 MHz range, the MPR52-ENG features next-generation multiband front-end filtering. The software selectable wideband and narrowband DSP-FM operation gives users options based on their project needs. Country-specific Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) filters are also available (USA: 935-960 MHz and Japan: 1240-1260 MHz).
The MPR52-ENG features an extremely low noise Voltage-controlled Oscillator (VCO) with ultrafast spectrum scanning for optimal quick and easy setup. The automatic scan and transmitter programming operates via infrared technology. This receiver is DSP-based for extreme flexibility and multi-companding operations. It is able to be monitored and controlled through USB and Wisycom Manager 2.0 software, which transforms the MPR52-ENG into a quick and low noise portable spectrum scanner.
Matching the MPR30-ENG receiver offered by Wisycom, the MPR52-ENG features a dual diversity configuration with two whip antennas. This receiver also offers convenient function buttons, including a dedicated frequency scan option. Battery management is flexible as it features standard battery packs that can be charged with the dedicated charger or through the micro-USB-B connector.
“We are excited to present the newest addition to our line of products at this year’s show,” says Massimo Polo, Sales & Marketing Director, Wisycom. “Today’s broadcast industry is ever-changing and we are happy to provide our customers with the latest options on the market. We look forward to meeting with our customers and being among the leaders at IBC 2017.”
Wisycom’s MPR52-ENG will be available in Q4 of 2018.