Aviwest Ties Up With Cobham Satcom

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TO IMPROVE SATELLITE FEED
Aviwest, a global provider of video contribution systems, has teamed up with Cobham Satcom, to optimize the delivery of video signals over satellite. The latest version of Aviwest’s DMNG PRO video uplink system comes integrated with Cobham’s Explorer 710 ultra-portable satellite terminal. Using the BGAN X-Stream, the Cobham terminal provides real time information about the available bit rate, enabling the DMNG PRO to efficiently compress video content.

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