ITV Studios Deploys Hybrid OB Vehicles for Increased Efficiency Complete with Combined LiveU Ka-band Cellular Bonding Technology Posted: 15/03/2018

ITV Studios’ Daytime team – with programmes such as Good Morning Britain and This Morning – decided in 2017 that they wanted to reduce their environmental impact and after much research, opted to deploy a combination of hybrid fuel vehicles and LiveU technology to achieve their aim. LiveU UK partner Garland Partners worked closely with systems integrator Broadcast Wireless Systems to allow ITV Studios to achieve this.

Tags: Cellular bonding. acquisition | uplinking | contribution | news | HEVC | 4K | satellite | Ka-band
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VidOvation Introduces VidOsat Portable Ku- and Ka-band Satellite Terminal Posted: 05/04/2017
VidOvation today announced the launch of its all-new VidOsat, a lightweight, portable, and easy-to-deploy Ku- and Ka-band satellite terminal. With advanced features such as 3G/4G cellular bonding via the AVIWEST DMNG Pro transmitter, the VidOsat is well-suited for digital satellite newsgathering (DSNG), coverage of live sports and entertainment events, on-location Wi-Fi connections, and many other mobile satellite applications.
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Cobham to Feature SOLO7 Nano TX at IBC 2013 Posted: 15/07/2013

Cobham Broadcast, the RF specialist company that uses highly advanced communications technologies to empower broadcast users, will feature the worlds smallest wireless HD COFDM camera transmitter at IBC 2013. 

Tags: | RF | wireless | HD COFDM camera transmitter | SOLO7 Nano TX transmitter | HD MPEG4 IP Encoder | Mediamesh | satellite | Ka-band | live video | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Megahertz Partners with C-COM for Complete Portable Satellite Solution Posted: 12/03/2013

 Megahertz Broadcast Systems (MHz), the international independent systems integrator, has signed a partnership agreement with C-COM Satellite Systems Inc, the leading provider of mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems. The new deal will see MHz using the leading edge Ku- and Ka-band VSAT satellite equipment from C-COM in tightly integrated, easy to use digital SNG solutions for broadcast journalists on the move.

Tags: Megahertz | C-COM | Antenna | SNG | KA-band | CABSAT | CABSAT 2013 | CABSAT 2013
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