Sat-Comm’s Ka-band flyaway terminal at CABSAT

by Staff Reporter | January 23rd, 2013

Sat-Comm Broadcast will be showcasing Satellite Newsgathering (SNG) technology at CABSAT 2013 this year, with a Ka-Band SNG flyaway.

The 75-Ka is, according to the official release, a stand-alone, video transmission system, with a built-in WiFi hotspot, integrated modem and hot-swappable battery packs for continuous operation.

With a quick release transceiver system, the company claims, and the ability to power and accommodate several types of modem, the 75-Ka can be configured in the field for use on any commercial Ka-band satellites worldwide.

75-Ka terminals are reportedly in daily use with global news agencies.

Sat-Comm Broadcast are reportedly CABSAT veterans, having attended every show since 2005, and bring more than 12 years of experience as satellite and broadcast systems integrators.  Based in Suffolk, UK they have been supplying their SNG systems and OB vehicles into the MENA since their inception.

Sat-Comm Broadcast will also be showcasing their C and Ku-band product ranges, including SNG conversion systems, motorised vehicle and flyaway antennas systems, as well as their portfolio of SNG and OB vehicles.

 

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