IBC Preview: IMT / Vislink

Advent satcom products on show
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IMT Vislink will be displaying new Advent satellite communication products that allow operators to access end-to-end satellite communication workflows and provide turnkey deployments in the field.

IMT Vislink has updated its satcom line to include the new Advent AirPro 75Ka antenna. This low-cost antenna works alongside the new Advent DVE6100 encoder and IRD6200 decoder, in addition to the proven Advent MSAT man-portable satellite antenna system and the Advent NewSwift HD 240 motorized satellite terminal, all of which will be showcased at this year’s IBC Show.

“The Advent range is designed to enhance an operator’s mobility by offering maximum performance within a small form-factor and quick deployment,” says David Robins, Global Sales Director for IMT Vislink. “Our commitment to innovation provides our customers with superior quality video transmission and reception solutions at the lowest latency possible.”

The Advent AirPro 75Ka is a small, lightweight, low-cost, single-button deployment IP satellite data terminal for use with Eutelsat’s Tooway service. The Advent MSAT is a portable, lightweight, tri-band satellite terminal that can be set up anywhere to provide secure and non-secure data and video transmission in as little as five minutes. The Advent NewSwift HD 240 antenna is a Eutelsat, Intelsat and Arabsat compliant lightweight roof mounted drive away antenna for today’s broadcast and military markets. All three motorized axes work simultaneously for an on-air time of less than five minutes.

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