Mobile Uplink

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-A mobile communications unit for the purpose of remote broadcasting. Mobile units are usually vans equipped with advanced, two-way audio and video transmitters and receivers, using dish antennas that can be aimed at geostationary satellites. +'''[[Mobile Uplink]]'''; A mobile communications unit for the purpose of remote broadcasting. Mobile units are usually vans equipped with advanced, two-way '''[[audio]]''' and video transmitters and receivers, using dish antennas that can be aimed at geostationary '''[[satellites]]'''.
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 +== '''Also see''' ==
 +*'''[[Ka band]]'''
 +*'''[[C band]]'''
 +*'''[[Digital Terrestrial Television]]'''
 +*'''[[Sports channels]]'''
 +*'''[[Satellite relay]]'''
 +*'''[[Basic Interoperable Scrambling System]]'''
 +*'''[[Satellite truck]]'''
 +*'''[[Communications satellite]]'''
 +*'''[[Datacasting]]'''
 +*'''[[Basic Interoperable Scrambling System]]'''
 +*'''[[Satellite truck]]'''
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Mobile Uplink; A mobile communications unit for the purpose of remote broadcasting. Mobile units are usually vans equipped with advanced, two-way audio and video transmitters and receivers, using dish antennas that can be aimed at geostationary satellites.


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