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KVH expands TracVision series with 1-metre antenna for entertainment at sea

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KVH Industries has introduced TracVision TV10, the newest marine satellite TV antenna in KVH’s TracVision series.

The 1-metre ultra-high efficiency marine antenna, the TracVision TV10 provides the biggest coverage footprint in KVH’s TracVision series and is designed to provide boat owners, charter yacht guests, and commercial vessel crews with access to live news, local channels, and TV and movie programming from leading satellite TV providers worldwide.

TracVision TV10 weighs up to 10 per cent less than competitive products. It features KVH’s advanced inertial-based stabilised search functionality for fast satellite acquisition and proprietary RingFireTM technology for strong signals, wide geographic coverage, and clear reception. For easy upgrades, the TracVision TV10 features an antenna mounting pattern that matches competing 1-meter systems; system configurations support multiple receivers with simple onboard integration. The innovative belowdecks TV-Hub and TracVision app are designed to enable straightforward setup and operation.

“Whether it is a guest on a superyacht wanting to watch a favorite show or a seafarer hungry for news about world events, the TracVision TV10 provides crystal clear reception and reliable coverage offshore and in remote locations,” explained Jim George, KVH’s senior director of global leisure sales.

The TracVision TV10 supports HD and SD programming from circular and linear Ku-band services around the globe. Boaters and crews can choose from an array of popular satellite TV programming services including DIRECTV, DISH Network, Bell TV, SKY, Canal+, TrueVisions, Orbit Showtime Network (OSN), DIRECTV Latin America, and more.

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