Incospec was founded in 1978 with an emphasis on RF test and measurement within cable TV systems. The company�s focus later shifted to FM radio and UHF/VHF television.
This consolidation makes GatesAir�s initiatives in LTE Mobile TV delivery and the IP transition all the more valuable for customers across Canada.
�Our focus moves well beyond sales into commissioning and integration of complex systems, with an emphasis on understanding customer needs and proposing the right equipment,� said Louis Sebastiani, director of products and projects, Incospec Communications.
�GatesAir�s innovative technology for offloading high-bandwidth TV content from LTE networks, and delivering it to handheld devices using the more efficient one-to-many broadcast model, is a concept of great interest to our customers,� said Incospec founder Mario Sebastiani. �And in an industry like radio where there is much consolidation, GatesAir�s ambitious efforts across IP contribution and distribution will help us cost-effectively transition broadcasters away from expensive delivery platforms.�
Sebastiani says that in addition to GatesAir�s portfolio of Maxiva TV and Flexiva radio transmitters, Intraplex transport solutions, and networked studio systems and consoles, the company�s strategies will help Incospec better serve customers in the Canadian market, where consolidation across traditional broadcast and Telco companies is common.
GatesAir, Inc. provides solutions for over-the-air radio and television broadcasting, leveraging wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel, mission-critical services.