At the IBC2016 Show General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies introduces its Fourth Generation (Gen IV) SATCOM On-The-Move (SOTM) antenna terminal. The new terminal delivers private, secure voice, video and data satellite communications (SATCOM) for users remotely located or where there is limited access to a satellite network infrastructure.
Aviwest will demonstrate the latest version of its popular DMNG PRO video uplink system at IBC 2016. The new software upgrade provides broadcasters with a wide range of benefits, says the firm, including the ability to deliver higher bit-rate and sub-second latency.
W.B. Walton Enterprises makes “Walton De-Ice” satellite earth station antenna de-icing and weather protection solutions. The company will showcase its latest systems to help satellite earth stations maintain unmatched uptime in winter climates at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam.
In an effort to demystify Africa for American viewers, The Africa Channel is expanding its reach across the U.S by hiring Globecast to provide media management, playout and distribution services for its channel. The channel will now originate from Globecast’s Culver City, Calif., Media Centre.
The recent 30.7 per cent plunge in Eutelsat’s shares is the latest in a series of such falls to afflict Europe’s leading satellite infrastructure operators. Like the others the immediate cause was internal events, in this case a profits warning, but it also reflects a wider reassessment of prospects
At the 2016 NAB Show, Artel Video Systems will demonstrate new satellite scanning features for its DLC510 Dual-Port L-Band Demodulator that expand the capabilities of the company’s DigiLink Media Transport platform, functioning as an L-band satellite demodulator and as a fully automatic L-band transponder scanner.
Accelerated Media Technologies, a provider of electronic news gathering (ENG), digital satellite news gathering (DSNG) and electronic field production (EFP) vehicles, has selected Haivision’s low latency Makito X H.264 encoder and decoder to power the bidirectional video functionality of its ENGenesis solution.
The trend among broadcasters for distributing audio using IP connections continues to grow, with French manufacturer WorldCast Systems selling more than 100 of its Silver encoding and decoding units in Romania. Among the customers is cable and satellite operator RCS & RDS, which recently moved into the radio sector when it
Systems integrator Hiltron has completed a project for a major broadcaster in southern Germany for the provision of two satellite uplink stations. These have been dedicated as main and redundant locations as part of a nationwide expansion of a digital audio broadcasting (DAB) network.