Digital Satellite News Gathering (DSNG) can provide the continuous broadcast of live video on-the-move critical to supporting 24-hour news channels. Reporters can no longer leisurely stop to set up the communications equipment before going on air.
Specifically designed to offer in-transit broadcast of continuous live video, Gilat's RaySat 2-way, in-motion, low-profile satellite antennas make the typical parabolic DSNG antennas obsolete. Improving ability and agility, RaySat antenna systems enable news teams to:
- Reach extreme locations that others cannot
- Be the first (or the only team) to reach and broadcast from hard-to-access locations
- Film and broadcast while on the move
- Land in a new international location and install the equipment on a rented vehicle
These antennas have been used by leading news organizations to cover national emergencies, presidential elections, Olympics, and other key events.