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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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SatLink and Telesat Partner on New DVB-S2 Platform into Latin America Posted: 21/08/2012

SatLink Communications Ltd., a leading teleport and HD Playout Centre delivering content to every corner of the world, has today announced its partnership with Telesat, a premiere global satellite services operator, to deliver TV programming to Latin America on a new Ku-band MCPC DVB-S2 platform utilising Telesats Telstar 12 satellite. This new service will provide international broadcasters the means to cost effectively distribute HD & SD channels from EMEA directly to the growing Latin American Pay TV market and to North American East Coast media ports.

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SIS LIVE launches new uPak flat-panel antenna unit Posted: 23/04/2010
At NAB 2010 in Las Vegas, SIS LIVE will unveil uPak, a new Ku-band flat-panel antenna system for satellite contribution at low data rates. uPak, which weighs less than 50lbs (23kgs) and fits in a single IATA compliant case, is designed for users to send live video, data or voice communications via satellite. The system is designed to work at between 512kb/s and 1024Kb/s upstream, and up to 10Mb/s downstream, making it ideal for broadcasters, NGOs and military applications.
 
uPak is unique compared to other flat plate antennas in that it is smaller and more powerful than anything else on the market whilst being fully automated. The system locks onto the satellite automatically, with no manual pointing required, making it extremely easy to use. SIS LIVE has designed uPak to be user-friendly, allowing NGOs and military users to establish secure data and voice communications with a one-button operation, or for a broadcast cameraman to set-up quickly and be the first to send live video contributions from a breaking news story.
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