Posts Tagged ‘Radio’

The Most Ridiculous Advice EVER About Satellite

Ever met a satellite technology naysayer? We have. Satellite naysayers believe that delivering audio or video content via satellite is antiquated. You see, only they can accurately read the future of telecommunications and – according to the naysayers – satellite is on its deathbed, being given its last rites. Satellite technology naysayers like to share…

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4 Essential Troubleshooting Strategies for Your Network

Troubleshooting. Tech types know this verb well. It refers to the logical, systematic search that must be conducted to make a product or system operational again. How do you proceed in a logical, systematic way when exploring problems at your audio or video uplink? For either, the troubleshooting is basically the same. Here are our…

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Contemplating Ku-Band? Three Points That Will Make You a Fan

Broadcasters across America frequently turn to Ku-band uplinks and their accompanying downlinks. Used for broadcasting and two-way Internet, Ku-band is cost-effective to install and functional. We recently took a closer took at the attributes of a C-band uplink; now let’s talk about Ku-band: THE KING OF LOGISTICS Because Ku-band is used by satellite communications systems,…

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The Dual Screen Video Challenge

Sometimes, explaining what we do as satellite integrators is just as hard – or even harder – than actually doing it! With lots of input from Mark (Link Up’s Director of Technology), nearly a week was spent writing (and rewriting!) our New Technology Product entry into the Worship Facilities Awards, taking place at the WFX…

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