TOPolino SNG News System delivered by SatService Gesellschaft für Kommunikationssysteme mbH

Steißlingen, (PresseBox) - SatService Gesellschaft für Kommunikationssysteme is pleased to announce that they successfully passed acceptance test and delivered the first Satellite News Gathering Station to SRG idée suisse Media Services, the Swiss Broadcasting organization, in Zurich.

The SNG station consist of an antenna with 1,0m diameter with 50W output power and allows the transmission of DVB-S or DVB-S2 video/audio signals. The system is designed to be independent of a van and can easily be mounted on standard roof mounts The novelty of the system is that the station will be locally only controlled by 4 push buttons, includes an satellite auto acquisition and pointing system and is fully remote controlled via the sat-nms NMS software The central Network Management System based on the sat-nms NMS software allows the full remote control of all stations from the SRG control center CNCT in Zurich Switzerland. This gives also non satellite operators on-site to perform an SNG up-link successfully.

Three more SNG station are just under production at SatService and will be ready for acceptance test end of September 2007.

SatService Gesellschaft für Kommunikationssysteme mbH is a Company under German law operational since 1996 in Steisslingen, South Germany at the Lake of Konstanz directly at the border to Switzerland. The Company provides a broad range of services and products to their customers in Europe in the field of Satellite Ground Stations, Satellite News Gathering Systems, In-Orbit-Test, Monitoring & Control and Network Management Systems and VSAT networks, the services include:

consulting, system concepts and design, system integration, acceptance tests, repair and service center for Satellite Communications related products.

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