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Intellian launches 1m TV antenna

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Korea-based Intellian has released the s100HD WorldView, a 1m (40-inch) marine satellite TV antenna system that simultaneously receives two Ka-band satellites and one Ku-band satellite for DirecTV North America’s HD programming, enabling uninterrupted coverage across all channels.

Intellian s100HD

Simply select a television provider’s satellite and the WorldView Trio LNB will switch frequency and lock onto the target satellite. Aptus, Intellian’s App for Android or Apple devices, enables users to operate the antenna from any smart device as well as web or PC.

Priced at $27,500. For more information, visit intelliantech.com.

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