Technical Support

RF specialists help station owners and engineers determine technical requirements and cost of broadcast and communication systems – plus manage implementation through all stages

Serving the AM broadcast community since 1949, RF engineers at Kintronic Labs possess extensive experience helping station owners find the right solution for their broadcasting needs. Over the years, we’ve grown to become the premier supplier of broadcast, telecommunication, industrial RF and police/military antenna systems in the world.

With this experience, we’re uniquely positioned to help you address your technical requirements in the most cost-effective way possible.

A big part of this involves studying your site, determining what you need to cover a certain area (propagation study), and answering questions related to systems, components, current/voltage ratings and much more…

Besides determining the best system and tower components, we also study cost – if you have an existing station you’re moving, we help determine your most cost-effective solution – re-build your station, or move your current one.

Generally speaking, RF technical services include:

  • International Propagation Studies
  • Troubleshooting
  • Site Plan Development
  • RF Component Prototyping

Once your technical requirements and cost have been determined, RF broadcast engineers at Kintronic Labs can manage implementation from design to installation to on-air. Once your system is up and running, we’re also available to consult with your engineers on basic troubleshooting and maintenance.

If you have an existing antenna system and are experiencing issues, please visit our RF repair services page for more.

We invite you to visit our RF learning resources today to learn more about antenna system design and the foundations of radio and telecommunications.


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And if you’re looking for expert advice and comprehensive support for your broadcast or non-broadcast RF needs, please feel free to contact us with any questions today.