Broadcast RF gets Lost in London Posted: 27/01/2017
Broadcast RF has announced that it supplied the full turnkey wireless solution for the 100 minute comedy, Lost in London, written, directed and starred in by Woody Harrelson, that is the first ever Hollywood movie to be broadcast live to more than 500 cinemas in the USA and one cinema in London.
Tags: Broadcast RF | RF | DomoBroadcast | DTC | Domo HD transmitter | Nineteen Fifteen | Lost in London | Woody Harrelson | movie | live streaming
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Domo SOLO HD transmitters and PRORXD receivers are marathon winners Posted: 08/02/2016
Domo Tactical Communications (formally Cobham TCS) has announced the use of its SOLO HD transmitters and PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF system for broadcast coverage of the 2015 Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore on 6 December 2015 and Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on 17 January 2016.
Tags: Domo SOLO HD transmitters | PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF system | Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore | Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon | Broadcast RF | COFDM receiver
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Vislink equipment selected by Broadcast RF for British Open Posted: 15/07/2015

Vislink, the global provider of broadcast communications equipment, in conjunction with Broadcast RF, today announced its transmission and receive infrastructure is being used for the second year in a row to deliver course-wide coverage of the 144th Open Golf Championship, 16-19 July from the Old Course at St. Andrews.

Tags: British Open | RF | microwave | sports broadcast | wireless | video coverage | Vislink | Broadcast RF | HD video
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No Horsing Around With Cobhams Nano HD TX Posted: 30/07/2014
Cobham, the RF transmission specialist company, has announced the successful deployment of its Nano HD TX wireless transmitter as part of a wireless camera facility installed by Broadcast RF for coverage of Royal Ascot and the Epsom Derby, the crown jewels of British horse racing, for Channel 4 Racing.
A small, discreet camera transmitter system was installed by Broadcast RF in the race starting stalls to provide detailed, up close views of jockeys and their mounts in the tense moments before each of many races throughout the day started.
Tags: Cobham | RF | Nano HD | wireless | Broadcast RF | Chris Brandrick | Channel 4 racing | Ascot | Epsom | COFDM | H.264 | IBC | IBC 2014
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Sony announces companies delivering the 2014 FIFA World Cup Posted: 07/05/2014

At the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Sony will be responsible for delivering over 2,500 hours worth of live match footage as the theatre of football unfolds over 32 days, with 64 matches across 2 time zones. Today, the company has announced the firms it will be working with to realise this goal and deliver the most content rich World Cup tournament to date, with all 64 matches delivered in HD, as well as three in 4K.

Tags: Sony | World Cup | Globosat | HBS | Host Broadcast Services | 4K | Confederations Cup | Mark Grinyer | Fujinon | Telegenic | Broadcast RF | AMP Visual | Outside Broadcast | CTV | Studio Berlin | Presteigne Charter | Sonovts | Brazil
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Amplifier Technologys new booster amps at 2.0 2.8 Ghz for CoFDM video and OB Posted: 15/08/2011
Amplifier design specialist Amplifier Technology Ltd has developed a new range of communications amplifiers for the broadcast market - the 8800 and 8801 COFDM linear amplifiers, which are nominally rated at 1 watt and 5 watts respectively.


Both amplifiers operate at between 2.0 GHz and 2.8 GHz for video at QPSK, 16QAM and 64QAM modulation schemes, which makes them ideally suited for outside broadcast applications, for example for use with wireless cameras.


The 1 watt amplifier, model 8800, measures110mm x 60mm, while the 5 watt amplifier, model 8801, is slightly larger, at 155 x 115 mm. Both are easily portable via a 12V supply.  Test results show good linearity across the band.


Amplifier Technology Ltd, based just outside Bristol in the UK, designs and manufactures RF power amplifiers. The company is an approved supplier for defence and industrial contracts.


Amplifier Technology also offers bespoke RF amplifier design services - there are technical resources for systems designers at

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