Vislink

The Vislink Group is a global technology business specialising in the collection and delivery of high quality video and associated data from the field to the point of usage.

Vislink provides solutions to the broadcast market for the collection of live news, sport and entertainment events and to the surveillance market including defence, law enforcement and public safety customers.

With offices in the UK, USA, UAE and Singapore, our solutions include the design and manufacture of microwave radio, satellite transmission, cellular and wireless camera systems; our development and manufacturing operations are in the UK and the USA.

Vislink Broadcast is a worldwide leader in microwave, satellite and wireless communication systems for the capture of live TV coverage of news and sports events, with an installed base of over 100,000 systems in over 90 countries.

Vislink's Broadcast solutions provide the highest quality video and audio performance for ENG, OB), SNG, sports and entertainment, and fixed point-to-point microwave transmissions, providing our customers with fully integrated seamless end-to-end solutions using our best-in-class brands: Advent, Gigawave, Link, and MRC.

Vislink's brands have been involved in the coverage of high-profile sports events for decades, for motorsports, such as Le Mans, and a long standing relationship with MotoGP, where the Gigawave brand not only provides on-board systems, but is also the official supplier of all RF.

Vislink pioneered the first portable solid state portable microwave systems more than five decades ago precipitating a major shift in the way fast-breaking news events would be covered.

Our strong legacy of broadcast microwave innovation includes firsts such as:

short haul 40 GHz millimetre technology, dual RF carrier analogue & digital microwave links, digital COFDM ENG systems, compact wireless camera systems, light-weight carbon fibre portable satellite systems, and the industry's first fully integrated software defined portable MPEG-2/MPEG-4 (H.264) systems.