New 100 Kilowatt transmitter commissioned in Larkana
The project was completed at a cost of 63.150 million rupees.
Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) has up-graded its 12-year old 10 kilowatt medium wave transmitter with a new 100 kilowatt transmitter in Larkana enabling listeners to get stronger and clearer transmission in Larkana Division and beyond.
The project was completed at a cost of 63.150 million rupees. The successful completion of the project is attributed to the relentless efforts of PBC's technical team, guidance of Director Engineering and support of Director General.
Meanwhile, transmission from 100 kilowatt medium wave transmitter at PBC Mirpur has also been ensured at optimum power to counter the Indian propaganda.
Lately, India escalated media warfare against Pakistan through its radio stations operating from the Indian Occupied Kashmir. The old 100 Kilowatt medium wave transmitter of PBC Mirpur procured in 1996 was operating on low power due to aging and complex technical defect. A technical team of the PBC engineers rectified the fault and now transmission covers areas across Line of Control.