Latest Simulsat Stories

2014-06-18 04:21:59

Multibeam System Encompasses Whole Range of Satellites Required for Media Harvesting of Content for Today's Multi-Screen Technology SINGAPORE, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CommunicAsia - ATCi - Antenna Technology Communications Inc., a provider of satellite communications systems, today introduced at the CommunicAsia Conference being held in Singapore, its Simulsat Multibeam transport antenna system designed for regional Asian applications. The Simulsat RF transport solution is a...

2014-04-08 12:37:04

LAS VEGAS, April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Antenna Technology Communications Inc., a provider of satellite communications systems, today announced from the NAB Conference in Las Vegas that one of the largest multimedia retailers in the world has recently upgraded their current Simulsat 5 system to the new and improved Simulsat 5b system. This retailer currently reaches more than 98 million U.S. households and approximately 195 million cable and satellite homes worldwide and is the...

2014-03-13 20:25:56

WASHINGTON, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Satellite 2014 -- Antenna Technology Communications Inc. a provider of satellite and digital communications systems, today announced from the Satellite 2014 Conference being held in Washington D.C., its complete all-inclusive turn-key satellite content aggregation system for IPTV networks in Latin America. The complete harvesting solution includes the Simulsat multibeam antenna, L-band fiberoptic links for transport into the headend, RF...

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