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Teleprompter and Video Return system is NAB 2019 Nominee

ABonAir's  Teleprompter and Video Return system is NAB 2019 nominee for the Product of The Year Award! From April 8 to 11, at booth C-2146, located at the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, ABonAir will unveil the FIRST EVER  integrated and WIRELESS Teleprompter and Video...

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Getting Ready for the Spring games

Universities across the US are getting ready for the 2019 spring-summer games and ABonAir is there to assist them to deliver the excitement directly from the field! In large stadiums, one of the challenges is that was hard to audience in the stadium and home to...

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Wireless Broadcast Transmission – Technology Overview

Increasing competition for ratings and viewer engagement, the need to bring breaking news quickly, to go on the air from remote or unexpected places and provide unique shooting angles – all these have brought broadcast networks worldwide to extensively adopt wireless video transmission technologies. More and...

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A Wireless Day in Singapore

ABonAir's AB512 was chosen by GBS Alliance from Singapore for live coverage of the city-state beautiful scenery. This live broadcast, took place under today's rainy condition. Nevertheless, the system worked perfectly! The wireless video was crystal clear as video of broadcast quality should be. The AB512...

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The Key To Extending Your Broadcast Coverage

University and sports broadcasters face unique challenges – broadcasting from multiple venues, often miles apart, on a regular basis. Universities in the United States have multiple sports venues – from football and basketball to swimming and track and field, and others. Transforming these multiple venues...

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How Wireless Broadcast Changes All Live Broadcasters

Live broadcasters work in a challenging, fast moving and unpredictable environment. The action moves from one place to another at the speed of light. Sports broadcasters move live feeds from one end of the stadium to another, from the locker room to the tunnels to...

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