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How Much Bandwidth Can I Get On A Portable Ku Antenna?

Great question.  A portable Ku antenna can deliver a pretty big satellite internet pipe: enough to support a large command center and staff with internet and phone service or deliver HD broadcast video.   The amount of uplink and downlink … Continue reading

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On Call Communications Image Gallery: Joplin, Missouri

IP Satellite communications provide vital logistical support in the moments following a storm Picking up the Piece Looking up at the Joplin Hospital the morning after the storm No Place to Sleep On Scene – Joplin, MO

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IP Satellite Played Major Role In Press Coverage of the Golf Tournament at Torrey Pines

Tiger Woods speaks to the press over IP Satellite uplink ON CALL COMMUNICATIONS IP based mobile satellite delivers the 2011 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Press Coverage to ESPN and to CNN Espanol. Irvine, California – (February 4, 2011) … Continue reading

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6 Best Practices for Solid Live Reporting

Reporting live via satellite news gathering As Seen in the RTDNA – Radio Television Digital News Association | Communicator Live news coverage is a challenging pursuit. It requires news stations to plan for the unexpected. Well-run news stations can successfully … Continue reading

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