Welcome to Broadcast Wireless Systems
Broadcast Wireless Systems is a worldwide one-stop shop for the specialist distribution of broadcast-quality video/audio, via wireless microwave, satellite, or fibre links.
We provide solutions for the highest quality and most demanding applications, be it wireless cameras at sports matches, on-board transmission from sports cars or transcontinental remote production.
If you need an ultra-reliable, high-quality, ultra-low latency method of transmitting broadcast-quality video, then we have the solutions.
We supply the highest quality COFDM Microwave equipment for wireless camera, motorsport, drone and links applications. Using ultra low latency HEVC and H.264 encoding in HD and UHD resolutions.
Our Sapphire and Onyx range of ultra low latency encoders and decoders are ideal for remote production and contribution applications. Offering high channel density, IP streaming and ST2110 interface support.
We resell a variety of antennas and space-segment solutions whilst manufacturing both rugged and rack-mounted modems.
Broadcast Wireless Systems can provide custom designs and project management. We have successfully undertaken many custom design projects. We have experienced mechanical, software, FPGA and systems engineers.
Latest News & Events
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For motorsports, our solutions deliver
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Why we are the go-to experts for bespoke solutions
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Remote production is the answer for live sports coverage
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Lighting up the night
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It takes a drone (really 4 drones) to cover something this spectacular!
January 15, 2020
Helping Good Morning Britain cover the news from Sandringham
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