Indianapolis – Utility supplies: Broadband Antenna Tracking Systems (BATS), a provider of antenna aiming, tracking, and stabilization systems, announces its next generation DVM 30, DVM 50, and DVM 90 light and medium payload tracking systems. The new DVM suite's design represents the next step in a ruggedized, more modular system architecture.
The all-new DVM systems contain a ruggedized architecture featuring dual layer water protection—ensuring that our equipment can withstand the harshest environments in the world, a more modular design for easier maintenance, and aluminum construction for enhanced weight reduction. Our new design provides a step-up in the efficiency of our 360 degree continuous positioner, allowing the system to regularly track and optimize highly critical broadband connections.
Our newest DVM delivers a wealth of cutting-edge communications and data opportunities to the energy, maritime, public safety, and broadcasting sectors, enabling end users access to faster speeds at greater distances.
"This DVM suite opens an abundance of new opportunities for IT departments worldwide that are looking for new ways to enhance communication," said Phil Cramer, BATS V.P. Sales & Marketing. "Our 30, 50, and 90 lb. systems provide the ideal solution with their directional microwave links, which result in a longer range and higher throughput. These systems provide impressive reliability and water resistance characteristics, allowing critical networks to operate flawlessly in the kinds of harsh environments our systems typically face."
Broadband Antenna Tracking Systems (BATS) provides a proprietary software and hardware platform that locates, locks and tracks wireless broadband communication access points. Through the use of its industry-first automated tracking and stabilization platform, BATS enables organizations to rapidly deploy massive capacity (Gb+), uninterrupted, fixed or mobile wireless networks over long distances without skilled technical resources.