1WPLLB (2)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION

2. SPECIFICATIONS

3. INSTALLATION

4. OPERATION

ANNEXES

1. INTRODUCTION

WARNING-TRIANGLE

Read this manual before assembling and using the unit. This allows you to fully use the advantages offered by the product.

1.1. Unpacking and Checking

Verify that the product is in good condition and has not been damaged during transport. In case of loss or damage please contact at info@aareff.com

1.2. General Information

This manual does not contain any kind of warranty. Warranty details are specified in our general conditions of sale and delivery.
This product can only be installed and serviced by suitably qualified personnel.
If difficulties arise during the installation or commissioning, please contact us by email at info@aareff.com

1.3. User Safety Responsibility

You are responsible for selecting the transmitter model appropriate to your application, installing it properly and ensuring the system maintenance.

WARNING-TRIANGLE

This symbol appears in the manual to call attention to instructions concerning the safety of the installation, operation, and use the product.

1.4. Electromagnetic Compatibility

This product complies with EMC directive EN 301 489-11 European Union.
To meet this directive, you must follow the wiring instructions

2. SPECIFICATIONS

2.1 Specifications of the Transmitter

This equipment is a transmitter driver / exciter to be used for FM sound broadcasting, it’s normal and intended use is to drive a 50-ohm amplifier. It can also be connected directly to a 50 ohm antenna for low powered radio stations
WARNING-TRIANGLE

This equipment must be used in a permanent facility license or radio spectrum regulator in the power of the EU Member State

2.1. Description Tag

2.1.1 Front Label

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1 Transmitter Model
2 Manufacturer
3 DC Power Indicator
4 PLL Unlock Indicator
5 PLL Lock Indicator
6 RF Power Indicator

2.2.2 Rear Label

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1 Connection Warning
2 CE Marked
3 Marked
4 MPX Output
5 DC Input
6 Auxiliary Output DC
7 1W 50 Ohm Output
8 Brand Manufacturer
9 Model
10 User Warning

2.3 Design

The design uses a low power VHF oscillator amplified to 1 watt of power and is phaselocked via a divider chain to a reference oscillator. The 1 watt signal is filtered to the permitted levels and produces RF at the final RF output. This is housed in an aluminum fully screened enclosure to protect the user from direct contact with RF voltages and to prevent unwanted emissions, local interference and provide the RF unit with adequate immunity for the proper operation in an industrial environment.

2.4 Technical Data

Power Input 13.8VDC o 115/230 VAC 50/60 Hz with optional PSU
RF Power Output 1 Watt +/- 0.5 dB between -20 and +40 oC
RF Output Connector BNC / 50 ohm
Spurious Emissions >66dB rtc
Harmonic Emissions >66dB rtc
Out of Lock RF Muting >66dB rtc
Freq Range 100 KHz steps bewteen 87.5 and 108MHz
Freq Stability Better than +/- 2 KHz between -20 y +40 oC
Freq Fine Adj > +/- 1000Hz
Freq Adj. Accuracy +/- 50 Hz
Deviation Sensitivity Stability +/-2% max
Audio Input Connector Phono/ RCA type unbalanced
Pre-emphasis (50uS/ 75uS/ None)
Audio Input Sensitivity Nom. 0.775 V rms for +/- 75 KHz Dev. User Adj.
Signal To Noise Ratio >72 dB rel. +/-75KHz dev.
Freq Response (Mono/MPX) +/-0.5dB between 30 Hz and 76 KHz
Audio Distortion Better than 0.02 % THD

All measurements were taken at 13.8 VDC at 23oC ambient temperature

3 INSTALLATION

WARNING-TRIANGLE

The installation must be made by an engineer that has skills in EMC and radio frequency systems. The final installation should be in accordance with the engineering document at page http://www.aareff.com/ETR132.pdf.

3.1 MPX Input

MPX is an abbreviation for Multiplex signal. Multiplex is the name commonly used to describe the encoding of stereo audio signal band developed by Zenith / GE and used for standard stereo FM broadcasting. MPX Input also accepts simple mono audio signals and RDS (Radio Data System) or a combination thereof. The connector is RCA / phono type unbalanced with a “Hi-Z” input of 10k ohms. You must use high quality shielded cable to connect the coaxial input for the other equipment. During the factory test the excitor is adjusted to give + / -75 kHz deviation FM (maximum allowed) at 88.0 MHz for +4 dBu input.

To comply with the EMC Directive the cable used to connect this input to the other equipment should not exceed 3 meters in length.

To comply with the R&TTE directive it is mandatory that the level of the MPX signal is limited with an audio peak limiter or similar processor. After the installation the deviation of the FM needs to be reviewed and adjusted so that the peak limited MPX signal gives a maximum deviation of not more than + / -75 KHz. The setting of this deviation is VR1 and shown in the picture the bottom panel. (See Figure 1)

3.2 DC Input and Auxiliary Output

DC input and auxiallry output are simply connected together inside the unit. The purpose of this is to provide access to other DC equipment in the form of a “daisy chain” and therefore share the same power supply. The current capacity of the DC connector is 5000 milliamps, so if the external power supply can provide 5000 milliamps and Driver / Exciter consumes 600 milliamps, this leaves 4400 mA of power available for other equipment using the AUX OUT DC. The DC input connectors are 5.5 mm in outer diameter and 2.1 mm diameter in the central pin. The central pin is positive and the negative or ground outside. The unit has polarity protection

When using traditional linear power supplies pay particular attention to the internal rectifying diodes by placing a 1nF ceramic disc capacitor directly across each of them. CE marked power supplies tend to be suppressed and have no problem.

To comply with the Low Voltage Directive and provide safe operation the external power supply must current limit or be fused to no more than 5 amps. This will prevent the connectors and wiring breaking down in a fault condition. We recommend that 5 amps red and black, the figure of 8 cable is used for wiring DC.

To comply with EMC directive this cable should not exceed 3 meters in length.

To comply with the R&TTE the transmitter output power needs to remain within + / – 0.5 db, therefore the power source must deliver a constant level of output voltage. The DC can be between 12 and 14.5V, but it must be with + / – 6% of nominal value over the temperature range of 15 to 30 degrees centigrade with a current consumption of 200 to 600mA. This applies to all types of power supplies including, batteries, solar panels, photo voltaics, wind generators or other innovative energy sources or a combination of the them. The AC/DC power supply needs to give a DC constant output over the AC input of 198 to 255V. To ensure the permitted level of residual AM is in compliance, the DC output ripple should not be more than 140mV.(See Figure 1)

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FIG 1. REAR PANEL AND PORTS

3.3 1W 50 OHM 1W RF Output

This is the main RF output of 1W into a 50 ohm resistive load. This is used to drive an artificial load, power amplifier or antenna or other system that is designed with an input of 50 ohms. This port should always be terminated with 50 ohms when the transmitter is switched on. The lack of a termination on this port does not cause immediate damage, however, it will cause the internal amplifier to operate at high temperatures reduces the long-term life of the equipment. (See Figure 1)

4 OPERATION

4.1 Setting RF Output Power

Locate the VR2 on the lower panel of the equipment (see Figure 2). For 1 W (maximum) turn VR2 anit-clockwise for no attenuation. For virtually zero power output (about 30 mW) turn VR2 fully clockwise for maximum attenuation. No other adjustments are necessary

4.2 Frequency Change

Select the frequency from the PLL look up table (Annex 1) and select the appropriate code in the PLL module DIP switches (S1 and S2). (See Figure 2)

Connect the rear panel RF OUTPUT BNC connector to a dummy load or a RF power amplifier. Connect the transmitter to the power supply and switch on.

Set the small variable capacitor VC1 slowly until the PLL UNLOCK LED begins to blink/flicker. Continue to further adjust VC1 slowly, the PLL UNLOCK LED will darken more, then the PLL LOCK LED will illuminate

4.3 Deviation Adjustment

Locate VR1 bottom panel (see Figure 2), this will adjust the total multiplex signal including the stereo pilot tone. This method should be used to adjust the deviation, after a frequency change or a change in an external stereo or RDS generator or audio limite

4.4 Frequency Fine Adjustment

In normal and most circumstances, it never requires any adjustment. If you need to adjust the carrier frequency, this can be done by turning VC2 on the bottom panel (see Figure 2). To access VC2 you must remove the foil tape. The adjustment will make a smooth analog setting the carrier frequency of approximately + / – 2000 Hz

Aareff 1WPLLB Bottom Panel
FIG 2: BOTTOM PANEL

ANNEX 1 DIL SWITCH (S2 and S1)

MHz 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6
87.5 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
87.6 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
87.7 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON
87.8 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
87.9 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
88 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
88.1 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON
88.2 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
88.3 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
88.4 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
88.5 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON
88.6 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
88.7 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
88.8 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
88.9 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON
89 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
89.1 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
89.2 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
89.3 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON
89.4 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
89.5 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
89.6 ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
89.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
89.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
89.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON
90 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
90.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON
90.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
90.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
90.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
90.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON
90.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
90.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
90.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
90.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON
91 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
91.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
91.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
91.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON ON ON
91.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
91.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON
91.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
91.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON ON
91.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
91.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
92 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
92.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON
92.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
92.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
92.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
92.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON
92.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
92.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
92.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
92.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON
93 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
93.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON
93.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
93.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF ON ON
93.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
93.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
93.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
93.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON ON
93.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
93.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
94 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
94.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON
94.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
94.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
94.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
94.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON
94.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
94.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
94.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
94.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON
95 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
95.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
95.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
95.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON
95.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
95.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
95.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
95.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON
95.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
95.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
96 ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
96.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON
96.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF
96.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON
96.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
96.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON ON
96.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
96.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
96.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
96.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON ON
97 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
97.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
97.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
97.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON
97.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
97.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
97.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
97.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON ON
97.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
97.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF ON
98 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
98.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON ON
98.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
98.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
98.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
98.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON
98.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
98.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
98.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
98.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON
99 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
99.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
99.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
99.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON
99.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
99.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF ON
99.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
99.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON ON
99.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
99.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
100 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
100.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON ON
100.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
100.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
100.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
100.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON
100.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
100.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
100.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
100.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON
101 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
101.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
101.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
101.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON
101.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
101.5 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
101.6 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
101.7 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON
101.8 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF
101.9 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF ON
102 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
102.1 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON
102.2 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
102.3 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
102.4 ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
102.5 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
102.6 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF
102.7 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON
102.8 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF
102.9 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON
103 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF
103.1 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON
103.2 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF
103.3 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON
103.4 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF
103.5 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON
103.6 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF
103.7 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON
103.8 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF
103.9 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON
104 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
104.1 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON ON
104.2 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF
104.3 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON
104.4 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF
104.5 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON ON
104.6 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF
104.7 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON
104.8 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF
104.9 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON
105 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF
105.1 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON
105.2 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
105.3 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON ON
105.4 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF
105.5 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON
105.6 ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
105.7 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON ON ON
105.8 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF
105.9 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON
106 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF
106.1 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON ON
106.2 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
106.3 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON
106.4 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF
106.5 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON ON ON
106.6 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON ON OFF
106.7 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON
106.8 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF
106.9 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON
107 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF
107.1 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON
107.2 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
107.3 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON
107.4 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON ON OFF
107.5 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF ON
107.6 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF
107.7 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON ON
107.8 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF ON OFF
107.9 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON
108 ON OFF ON ON ON ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF

ANNEX 2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY


AAREFF SYSTEMS LIMITED

We herby declare that the following product,

AAREFF 1 WATT DRIVER MPX BAND II EXCITER (1WPLLB)

meets the essential requirements of the R&TTE directive, EMC directive and the LVD by compliance with the following standards in the sections applicable.

ETS 300 384/A1 ed.1 (1997-2002) Broadcasting Systems. Transmitters FM sound broadcasting in very high frequency (VHF).

EN 301 489-11 V1.3.1 (2006-05) Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (EMC) for radio equipment and services. Part 11: Specific conditions for transmitting the terrestrial sound broadcasting service

2006/95/EC DIRECTIVE 2006/95/EC of 12 December 2006 on electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits.

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