Hiltron to Introduce HMAM-Ka Three-Axis Motorised Antenna Mount at IBC 2013, Amsterdam


Last Updated: August 6, 2013 7:58 pm GMT
(Backnang, Germany--August 6, 2013) Hiltron Communications has chosen the September 2013 International Broadcasting Convention, IBC, for the introduction of world’s first triple-axis motorised 2.4 metre receive-only Ka-band antenna with switchable linear and circular polarisation.

Hiltron's HMAM-Ka three-axis motorised antenna

The new HMAM-Ka was developed in close co-operation between Hiltron and ESA Microwave, based on a newly designed Ka-band polariser. Ka-band includes the 21 gigahertz band which is becoming increasingly important for satellite downlinks.

Hiltron's HMAM-Ka incorporates a complete high-precision rotatable satellite antenna mount designed for use in commercial satellite operations. It includes professional-grade motorised drives for azimuth and elevation plus a high-accuracy polarisation drive.

The HMAM-Ka can accommodate antennas of up to 3.7 metres diameter and is fully compatible with Hiltron's standard HACU antenna positioning system.

Also available from Hiltron is an HMAM-IOT version of the motorised antenna. This enables cost-efficient uplinks to be operated via inclined-orbit satellites.

Hiltron will be exhibiting on stand B89 in hall 4 of IBC 2013. Company representatives attending will include Dr Michael Schiestl (Managing Director), Reinhold Wagner (Sales Director), Helmut Hayer (Development & Production Director), Steffan Liscutin (System Engineer) and Susanne Reichmann (Sales Assistant).

About Hiltron
Hiltron GmbH http://www.hiltron.de operates from modern purpose-built headquarters atBacknang near Stuttgart. On-site facilities include a large technical operations area with high access doors and ceiling, capable of accommodating satellite-link vehicles and their roof-mounted antennas. Hiltron is part of the Dan Technologies group, one of Europe's leading suppliers of audio, video, transmission products and digital media solutions.


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