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  The marriage of Meghan Markel and Price Harry in Windsor on Saturday has led to an unprecedented level of media interest. Broadcast wireless systems is pleased to be supporting a number of Tier 1 broadcasters for the Royal Wedding in Windsor. Two of Reuters’ antennas illustrating the less glamorous side to these events!
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BWS customer Silvus Technologies collected a prestigeous ‘Best in Show’ award at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas.  Broadcast Wireless Systems were pleased to have been able to support Silvus in their development of a dedicated 4K wireless camera system.   BWS supplied their B110 4K encoding module to complement the Silvus MIMO Mesh radio to create a truely bi-directional mesh wireless camera system.  
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Few people get to broadcast from inside Buckingham Palace’s private garden – BWS was pleased to scramble equipment to help ITV’s This Morning do just that.  Eamonn Holmes interviewed Sophie, Countess of Wessex, the transmission being made possible through one of our COFDM microwave links, feeding to a Cobham 3075 flyaway and one of our rugged modems. The whole solution was powered through camera batteries. For more information on COFDM microwave links or KA SAT dishes and modems...
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   BWS has recently completed delivery of sixteen Fibre systems for NEP. Built to customer specifications and on a very tight schedule, BWS was pleased to deliver them all on the date required.  They will be next used at the Winter Olympics in Korea to provide extended range coverage for NEP wireless camera systems. For further information on Fibre systems for broadcast applications contact info@broadcastwirelesssystems.com
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The ITV News conference in Manchester had the chance to put one of  Good Morning Britain’s new fleet through its paces.  BWS has integrated four eco- friendly Outlanders for news teams around the country, providing fast and efficient IP transmission paths whilst utilising the vehicle’s traction battery for powering – the result being an environmentally-friendly, flexible, low cost, resilient solution at the touch of a button.
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