DSI RF Systems, RF Experts & Systems Integrators
DSI RF Systems, Inc., provides technical and engineering solutions to the Broadcast Industry. For more than 25 years, we have had the privilege of providing engineering and technical expertise on projects ranging from complete TV/FM transmitter facility builds to researching and specifying solutions on transmission issues and problems. A unique company, DSI has the engineering wherewithal to consult, engineer and design a system as well as implement the solution in your real world environment and provide service and maintenance once the project is complete.
Our staff consists of trained and certified tower climbers, satellite and antenna experts, RF & microwave engineers and construction specialists that handle projects in both union and non-union environments. Our vast field experience makes us the right choice for your broadcast projects, ranging from troubleshooting and installation to complete management of your facility or project.
Because of the depth of our staff and in-house expertise, we had the opportunity to work with Sprint/Nextel on the BAS 2GHz Relocation project. From the project on-set, we provided engineering solutions and implementation services, in markets that span the East Coast. To date, we have provided services to more than 800 microwave and ENG sites, ranging from the studio to rooftops to tower installations.
In addition to our project based engineering and installation expertise, we have tailored a product offering that compliments our services. Call us at 888- DSI RFTV to find out more.
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NewsShark Live HD video via 4G/WiFi with HD, SD, SDI
Exclusive NewsShark coverage of the Penn State news conference
November 9, 2011: WYLN of Hazleton PA took DSI’s 3G/WiFi NewsShark to cover a press conference in State College PA concerning the Jerry Sandusky matter and Joe Paterno's involvement. WYLN was outside of Beaver Stadium when the news media got word that a press conference was being held on the other side of campus. WYLN was the first news stations to broadcast the event live with DSI's 3G NewsShark.
The press coverage and cellular over-crowding during this event was as congested, if not more so, as the Sept. 9, 2012 live coverage of press conferences at the outset of the Chicago teachers strike, outlined in Broadcast Engineering’s September 17, 2012 article Bonded cellular signal battle causes Chicago TV meltdown. http://broadcastengineering.com/cameras-amp-lenses/bonded-cellular-signal-battle-causes-chicago-tv-meltdown
The only difference, DSI’s 3G NewsShark worked at the Penn State conference. Why? The 3G NewsShark’s Robustivity feature allows throughput of video at lower bandwidths than would ever be possible using bonded modem technology, NewsShark’s embedded modem and antenna provides optimal performance and DSP-based coding is more efficient with lower latency.
DSI is now offering the next generation of NewsShark. The NewsShark 4G/WiFi with SD, HD, SDI output.
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