01.16.2007 08:00 AM
STS to uplink HD, SD Super Bowl world feed

NFL Films has contracted with Satellite Technology Systems (STS) of Crystal Lake, IL, to uplink the SD and HD world satellite feeds of the Super Bowl XLI from Miami next month.

STS will uplink the game using its unique dual-band satellite uplink truck, which has a 4.6m C-band antenna, 1.8m Ku-band antenna and split power system for redundancy.

To learn more about the unique challenges of the project and STS's plans, see: "Super Bowl uplink sheds light on SD, HD differences."

For more information, visit: www.stslivetv.com.



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