Press Releases From the Broadcast Solutions

Kathrein presents new technologies for 5G, the next generation of mobile networks, at CommunicAsia. They underline the company's solution and service competence in central networking fields such as the Internet of Things (IoT), building digitalisation and mobile telephony. At BroadcastAsia, which is taking place at the same time, Kathrein additionally presents an innovative system for the technical monitoring of transmission systems. A new generation of UHF radio antennas is also on display. The most important ICT fairs in Asia are held in Singapore from 23-25 May.

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Kathrein presents its innovative technical monitoring system for transmitters at the IBC in Amsterdam (Hall 8, Stand 8.C29). It will also be displaying a new generation of UHF antennas. The International Broadcasting Convention is one of the most important exhibitions in the world for film, radio and television. It takes place this year on 9-13 September. 

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Kathrein has extended its portfolio of broadcast antennas. The new “Cavity Slot Antenna” series combines easy connection options with a high broadband flexibility. This type of antenna will be centre stage at the Kathrein stand at the IBC, Europe’s largest broadcasting convention held in Amsterdam from 8 to 12 September.

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At the flagship event for communications technology in Asia, Kathrein introduced, amongst other interesting innovations, new broadcast antenna systems. More than 30,000 visitors came to the CommunicAsia in Singapore to find out about the latest technologies from 1100 exhibitors from 49 countries.

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It's been 45 years since a transmission tower was built on the Kitzbüheler Horn, one of the most important mountains in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol, Austria. The transmitter supplies the Kitzbühel area with TV and radio programmes. Over the years, the ravages of time have left their trace on the transmitter, so much, that now the cylinder and antenna have had to be exchanged. The Austrian broadcasting company (ORS), a subsidiary company of ORF, relied upon Kathrein’s tried and tested expertise.

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