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AMSTERDAM, Sept. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/. ATCi, the market leader in multibeam technology since 1979, announces the introduction of the new Simulsat 7A. Long-time Sales and Product Manager, Anthony Graves, says the market reception and feedback has been outstanding. Graves has said, "We have already done several installs for high profile customers who demand the very best antenna performance available."
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The Simulsat product line eliminates the need for multiple parabolic antennas, otherwise known as antenna farms. The savings are apparent from reduced installation, real estate, fiber/coax, and maintenance costs. Also, additional channels can be added by simply peaking another feedhorn in the antenna feedbox. The Simulsat product lines are capable of receiving signals of up to 37 C and Ku-Band satellites.
Anthony Graves has commented, "Our customers love the ability to see up to 75° of satellite arc with one antenna plus the cost savings and coverage for future growth is tremendous. There isn't another multibeam antenna in the marketplace that can compete with the new Simulsat 7A price and performance."
For more information visit us at IBC in the Evertz booth at Hall 1, Booth D31 and visit us at www.atci.com