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The Dubai New Year’s Eve fireworks are a spectacle to behold. Our friends at Chopper Shoot Productions certainly started the year off right with their work covering the celebration. They used BWS for their live broadcast from four drones. “BWS’s technician and equipment worked flawlessly,” said Hatim Saleh, Director of Chopper Shoot. “We look forward to working with them again.” We were proud to be part of this exiting event, and just had to share this great photo! Can...
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The world was watching and waiting for word from Sandringham yesterday. It takes a lot of tech behind the scenes to keep the world informed, including our Cobham 3075 antenna, rugged modem and Ka Band Space segment for Good Morning Britain’s transmissions. Good excuse as any to watch a sunrise!  
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In December, the Swedish Public Service charity organisation Radiohjälpen (Radio Help), in collaboration with Swedish Radio and Swedish Television (Sveriges Television AB – SVT), arranged the successful Musikhjälpen (The Music Help) for the sixth time. This year’s annual event collected money to assist sexually abused victims from war conflicts and refugee camps with their medical care needs and their legal actions against abuse offenders. BWS helped SVT with the event’s coverage by providing a Nano PRO Tx System. For...
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Broadcast Wireless Systems sent a team of ten to enjoy this year’s IBC in Amsterdam. As always, IBC and Amsterdam did not disappoint and the whole team enjoyed a mix of hard work and fun.  There were unprecedented levels of interest in the products on display, including live demonstrations of the SoloCam portable studio system, NanoPro Miniture COFDM transmitters, Sapphire HEVC 4K encoders operating with SRT streaming and <40mS end-to-end latency.  BWS would like to thank our customers...
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Good Morning Britain was able to interview Pavarotti’s daughter from the singer’s home in Modena, Italy thanks to a Cobham 3075 flyaway antenna, a BWS rugged SB2 modem and the encoding being provided by LiveU.  The system operated flawlessly throughout the whole interview.   
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