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Ever wonder how to get a signal from a venue to a sat truck without cables? Or wonder how to move bandwidth video over short haul distances? Metrovision's solution is Truck 8, a microwave van with a 48-foot mast capable of transmitting to designated receivers and extending the reach of any of our production/Ku uplink trucks or wireless microwave cameras.
Portable microwave link systems are used to transmit video and audio between, for example, a production area on the 30th floor of a city skyscraper and an uplink truck or a downlink dish and a venue. When conventional cables or fiber can't make the length, Metrovision's portable link systems are often a great option.
Staffing and frequency coordination are the keys to making successful links in an RF heavy environment. Our microwave engineers routinely navigate some of the most challenging RF situations - from premiere sporting events like the Super Bowl to the "Canyon of Heroes" in Lower Manhattan. Metrovision's full time frequency coordinator ensures compliance within our allocated frequency band for news, sports or entertainment productions, when several links may be in use.