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Microwave radio links ideally suited for LAN or WLAN extensions, IP Backhaul, and other high-speed IP transport applications. Systems that provide instant and cost-effective IP connectivity between two points.header_nav_img13

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High-capacity microwave links designed to transport all CATV video signals from the Headend to remote locations, cost-effectively by passing natural or man-made obstacles.header_nav_img12

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The DTV-LINK family includes fixed and portable Digital Video Link designed to transport multiple TV Programs or multiple data streams(ASI or SDI). It operates in the frequency bands from 2 to 30 GHz. dtvlink-menu

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A true point-to-multipoint wireless platform capable of carrying any combination of Digital video, Broadband Internet and Voice over IP to a large number of subscribers.

Super-reliable integrated systems designed to broadcast multi-channel pay television as well as two-way applications such as Internet access and/or IP telephony.

video_icons_2Low Cost Video Links
Fixed or portable Point-to-Point Video links designed to transport TV Programs (analog or digital high-quality video and stereo audio channels) at line-of-sight distances of up to 60 miles (100 Kilometers).TVLINK-Sale

Refurbished Equipment

Cable AML offers completed and functional refurbished equipment, already test and inspection by our engineering team which guarantees the full operation of the units.Check the equipment available here


DVB-T2 System

The DVB-T2 system is the latest and most advanced digital terrestrial Television (DTT) transmission system, it is an advanced version of the DVB-T system, which is the most widely adopted and deployed standard for Digital Terrestrial Television.


Latest News


Mount Baker Cable, a Cable TV company in the state of Washington, has recently completed the upgrade of the microwave system transporting the cable TV signals from the Headend in Ferndale to Orcas Island (16 miles) and Lummi Island (7 miles), in Washington,

The microwave system consists of a broadband outdoor transmitter operating in the 12.7 to 13.2 GHz band, feeding two paths simultaneously. At each of the receiver sites, the local receiver feeds the local cable network directly.

Dan Adams, General Manager of the Cable system, mention “I am very pleased with the quality of the signal and the level of support from Cable AML during installation and turn-on of the system.”

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