WDRB-TV in full HD

Schroder, Gary
November 2007
Broadcast Engineering;Nov2007, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p90
Trade Publication
The article reports that WDRB-TV, a television station in Louisville, Kentucky, used Nucomm technology to provide full high definition television (HDTV) coverage of "Thunder Over Louisville," which served as the opening ceremony for the Kentucky Derby Festival in 2007. The programming included an air show and fireworks display, and the station used Nucomm's CamPac2 HD/SD wireless microwave transmitter unit equipped with an omni-directional antenna.


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