Tender for Digital Television Network Works

In Panama, improvements to the national terrestrial television network are being tendered, which includes the fulfillment of Phase III and IV of DTT at the national level.

Friday, December 14, 2018

Panama Government Purchase 2018-1-31-0-99-LP-007712:

"Supply, integration, installation, training, transportation to site, commissioning, and technical support of three (3) digital TV transmission systems consisting of:

-Three (3) 8kwrms Digital TV Transmitters type DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-H, solid state, liquid cooled, double driver and backup sources, including: ASI/ASI A IP gateway for each Transmitter.
-Three (3) Complete Radiant Systems.
-Disassembly, Transport and Installation of three (3) 4kwrms Digital TV Transmitters, Installation of three (3) Complete Radiant Systems and Reinforcement of the Distribution System in the existing Radiant System in Cerro Taboga.
-Twenty-four (24) month technical support on supplied equipment."

Reference value: $ 1,655,000.

Deadline for receipt of tenders: February 1st, 2019.

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