December 28, 2005 It makes sense that as the wireless phenomena unfolds, we’ll want access to our information wherever we are, no matter what we’re doing. We’ll want it on our handheld, and we’ll want it at home, and anywhere else where we spend our time – quite logically, for most of us, that will be when we are driving a car. RaySat produces in-motion, low profile, phased-array satellite antennas for the train and automotive markets. These antennas allow moving vehicles to receive live satellite television, and the company is the first to offer a low profile antenna solution for high-speed, two-way Internet connectivity. RaySat’s latest antenna receives BS/CS satellite broadcasts in vehicle and is ultra-low-profile at just 4cm (1.6") in height. One of these in your SUV means fishing in a mountain stream and watching the big game on Saturday night need not be mutually exclusive pursuits.
Read the full article: World's Thinnest In-Motion Satellite TV Antenna to debut in Japanese automotive market