ATCi Launches Its Simulsat Multibeam
Sep 14, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- ATCi - Antenna Technology Communications Inc., a provider of satellite communications systems, has introduced its Simulsat Multibeam transport antenna system specifically designed for European applications at the IBC Conference in Amsterdam.
According to a release, the complete RF Transport System includes the Simulsat Multibeam antenna - world's only multiple satellite antenna that is capable of receiving satellite transmissions from 35+ satellites simultaneously, L-band fiberoptic links for transport into the headend, RF detection for LNB status, L-Band Matrix Switch to route and distribute signals to receivers, an embedded spectrum analyzer for monitoring each signal, proprietary M & C software that provides total monitoring capabilities of each individual signal path. It reports the current health of each LNB, fiber transmitter, and fiber receiver as well as full matrix control.
ATCi's President Gary Hatch noted that the company's Simulsat Multibeam was specifically re-engineered to handle the applications that are specific to broadcasters in European countries.
"It is a testament to ATCi's continuous commitment to our customers that the Company was able to re-engineer the legacy Simulsat Multibeam system that has been serving cable customers for 30+ years in the US and abroad to also meet the unique news gathering and content aggregation needs of European broadcasters," said Gary Hatch, ATCi's CEO. "It is a validation of our engineering expertise, and we are honored that broadcasters throughout the European region can also rely on ATCi's Simulsat transport system to provide the essential downlink capabilities essential to their business," Hatch concluded.
More company information: www.atci.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to [email protected]))
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