Radio Ethiopia goes for Jampro

Radio Ethiopia, the national radio network of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, has awarded contracts for seven turn-key FM tower and antenna installations to Jampro Antennas/RF Systems.

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By  Vijaya Cherian Published  April 14, 2006

Radio Ethiopia, the national radio network of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, has awarded contracts for seven turn-key FM tower and antenna installations to Jampro Antennas/RF Systems of Sacramento, California. Radio Ethiopia currently operates 13 stations broadcasting AM and shortwave in 16 local languages, including English. Radio Ethiopia’s contract for the Jampro FM antennas and VHF panel antennas and towers was awarded after a review of several international suppliers. “Jampro’s reputation, the durability of our equipment in harsh environments such as those found in Ethiopia, and our competitive pricing tipped the scales in our favour,” says Alex Perchevitch, Jampro’s president.

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