MMDS operator TV ZAC has just expanded its network coverage area to deliver multichannel video to all major urban centers in the State of Zacatecas (North-Central Mexico) and surrounding rural areas.At Fresnillo, a 1000 Watt transmitter was installed recently to cover the city and nearby rural areas with significant demand. A 100 Watt repeater in Cañitas and a 250 Watt repeater in Villa de Cos expanded coverage of the main transmitter to important nearby communities. Another 100 Watt repeater covers the town of Rancho Grande, where a large number of new users have access to multichannel TV programming for the first time thanks to the system designed by Cable AML.
The expansion plan included upgrading the main Zacatecas transmitter to 500 Watts to cover the capital city and strategically located repeaters nearby.A new 250 Watt repeater in Santa Monica has been installed to provide coverage in the Western part of the state. A new transmitter was installed in the city of Monte Escobedo to provide coverage to the entire urban area. Similarly, a new 250 Watt transmitter has been installed in Valparaiso at the confluence of Durango, Zacatecas, Jalisco and Nayarit, where two repeaters (one at Lobatos and one at San Mateo) serve adjacent communities and the surrounding semi-rural areas.With the latest expansion, TV ZAC provides coverage in all the main cities and towns in the state of Zacatecas. Says Lic. Francisco Aguirre, general manager of TV ZAC: “The expansion of the system was conducted quickly and efficiently, mainly due to the good performance of the Cable AML equipment and ease of installation.
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