05.23.2005 12:06 PM
RaySat rolls out SpeedRay 1000 satellite receive antenna

RaySat has introduced the SpeedRay 1000, the company’s first low-profile 5in antenna that allows people in a moving vehicle to receive live satellite television.

When used in an ENG or SNG application, the SpeedRay 1000 allows reporters in a moving vehicle to access any of several news channels offered on the DISH Network to remain updated on breaking news and story developments.

The antenna is permanently enclosed in a self-contained, weather-resistant housing that mounts securely to the roof of most vehicles. Employing proprietary RaySat technology, the antenna continually receives the satellite signal using a system of phased-array panels which rotate, pivot and swivel inside the housing at all times. The panels track the satellite regardless of the vehicle’s speed and position, maintaining a strong, steady signal for clear digital audio and video reception.

For more information, visit www.raysat.com.

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