Montreal, CANADA (PRWEB) August 10, 2016
Advantech Wireless’ New Generation of Gallium Nitride (GaN) based Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) empowers live Ultra HD TV Transmission over Satellite. Advantech Wireless SSPAs provide higher performance and reliability combined with the smallest form factor and lowest power consumption on the market. These units are designed for 4K/8K Ultra HD transmission broadcasting and are DVB-S2X ready, providing an impressive 70% increase in Linear Transmit Power, Super High Linearity and outstanding, field proven reliability with a fraction of the Size, Weight and Power.
“Our New Generation of GaN based SSPAs deliver the best solution for DSNG applications in terms of performance, quality and overall cost of ownership,” stated Cristi Damian, VP Business Development at Advantech Wireless. “The SapphireBlu Series of GaN based SSPAs have enabled Ultra HD TV transmissions for some of the largest and most popular sporting events. Due to the combination of our Ku-Band UltraLinear GaN based SSPA system with Advantech Wireless 13m A-Line Antenna deployed in a major DTH Uplink system in Latin America, millions of viewers worldwide have been able to follow the live transmissions of international sporting events.”
Visit Advantech Wireless Booth No.59 at SET Expo 2016 that will take place August 30 to September 1, 2016 in Sao Paulo Brazil.
About Advantech Wireless
Advantech Wireless supports the critical need for High Throughput Satellite communications in a rapidly expanding digital environment. Our proven, low-cost, and highly reliable system solutions are meeting the ever-increasing need for high-bandwidth communications essential to military and government solutions, as well as cellular network providers, broadcasters, robust corporate networks, and security. We integrate award-winning research and development engineering into our designs. The result: custom solutions with lowest overall capital and operating costs, together with an unparalleled commitment to lead the industry in materials, design and reliability.