03.11.2005 12:00 AM
KVH Industries Awarded Patent for Hybrid Phased-Array Antenna
KVH Industries has been awarded a U.S. patent for its antenna technology that is used for live satellite TV programming in passenger vehicles.

The technology is used in the company's TracVision A5 satellite system to transmit more than 125 channels of programming from DirecTV.

"The technology outlined in this patent has allowed us to create a flat panel antenna system that is at the heart of the TracVision A5," said Kal Ganesan, vice president of engineering for the Middletown, R.I.-based company.

The TracVision A5 uses the company's hybrid phased-array technology to create a low-profile satellite TV antenna designed to work in everything from SUVs to minivans and comes with a tamper-resistant roof mount system for vehicles that do not already have roof racks.

General Motors awarded the TracVision 5 with the "Most Innovative Product Design" honor in 2004.

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Posted by: Internal Administrator
Fri, 02-25-2011 06:00 PM Report Comment
KVH Industries surely has an abundance in patents with its quality and reliable products. This article is dated year 2005. This is a response in 2011 which by this time the product line has greatly increase. http://marksonlinemallsite.com

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