Two new MegaWatt MW transmitters for Pakistan

August 6, 2007 at 7:06 am Leave a comment

The Director of Engineering for the Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC), Mukkaram Khan Niazi, says that PBC has decided to install 1000 kW mediumwave transmitters in Umerkot and Lahore to extend the range of its broadcasts to about 500 kilometres radius. The project, to cost Rs1,200 million (US$20 million), was discussed in the Central Working Party and referred to the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council for final approval, he added. Mr Niazi said that the engineering wing of the PBC had manufactured some transmitters in its own factory.

(Dawn via Media Network Weblog)

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