Gilat will be exhibiting the latest VSAT innovations, SOTM antennas, rugged military solutions and one of the most compact, best performing BUC and transceivers.
On April 27, 2012, China Central Television (CCTV), China’s national TV station, launched a live broadcast of the exploration of the underwater city, filmed by divers at a depth of 90 feet. By leveraging Gilat’s satellite-on-the-move (SOTM) antenna and power amplifier, CCTV was able to transmit live coverage of the exploration from a boat in high definition. The broadcast extended over a period of five days and was viewed by approximately 200 million viewers.
Many cell sites around the world, especially emerging markets in Africa and Latin America but also remoter parts of Europe, are beyond the reach of fixed broadband infrastructure. Satellite is therefore an obvious candidate, but with one big hurdle that has to be overcome, according to Doron Elinav, VP Strategic Accounts at Gilat
[Satellite TODAY 02-25-13] As part of its growing focus on Ka-band, Israeli networking technology, solutions and services provider Gilat Satellite Networks unveiled its new SkyEdge 2-c Internet connectivity solution, which c supports Ka-band and Ku-band internet services for both consumer and enterprise applications.
[SatNews] When a crisis occurs, a terrestrial communications infrastructure can become an early casualty. Effective emergency response demands dependable satellite communications with fast data upload and download. The company that is synonymous with superior quality end-to-end broadband satellite communications is Gilat Satellite Networks.