Servicing the broadband needs of Mexico’s 110 million people is no small task. “Everything flows from reliable equipment, which is why we chose Cable AML,” said Ing. Fernando Villaseñor of Multivision.
Multivision’s most recent purchase of Cable AML transmitters was part of an on-going program to install new transmitters as well as upgrade some of the 31 transmitters installed by Cable AML in 2003. The upgrades were designed to boost the output power so as to increase the coverage area.
“The ability to upgrade transmitters in the field is a result of Cable AML’s deliberate adoption of the modular design concept, which is based on common blocks of discrete components to ensure not only upgradability but also long life and ease of service and repair,” said Dr. Francisco Bernues, President of Cable AML.
Multivision serves markets that are often separated by hundreds or thousands of kilometers in places like Acapulco, Culiacan, Durango, Hermosillo and Mazatlan.The distance alone can make it difficult to coordinate shipping and installation. Cable AML relied on its years of experience delivering products and services worldwide to meet the challenge. “We provided the customer with fast delivery, customized logistics and complete solutions packages including antennas and accessories shipped, prepackaged to each of the 12 different destinations, plus 24/7 support in Spanish,” Dr. Bernues said.
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