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Large National Cancer Research Center Selects ATCi's Simulsat C/Ku Broadcast System for Headquarters
Date:8/25/2009

PHOENIX, Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Antenna Technology Communications Inc., a provider of satellite communications systems, today announced that one of the largest university-based cancer research centers has selected the ATCi Simulsat C/Ku Multibeam antenna solution and related satellite equipment to outfit its central headquarters.

The Cancer Center chose the Simulsat broadcast system because of the antenna's ability to receive programming from up to 35 satellites simultaneously without degradation of quality across each signal. With a 70-degree longitude satellite view arc, Simulsat C/Ku can receive a variety of "C" and Ku-band satellite programming data. Essentially, one Simulsat C/Ku does the work of 35 steerable parabolic antennas and only requires the space of one and a half antennas.

ATCi provided and handled the complete installation of the Simulsat C/Ku Multibeam System, two 5 meter steerable antennas and a complete fiberoptic system to meet the broadcast needs of the Cancer Center.

ATCi's CEO Gary Hatch noted that the company's Simulsat C/Ku Multibeam specifically was re-engineered to handle the unique applications that are specific to broadcasters in this arena.

"We are proud to have been selected by the Cancer Center to assist in their continuing effort to expand the hospital's critical broadcast applications for such a crucial cause," said Gary Hatch, ATCi's CEO. "This clearly shows ATCi's commitment to deliver best-of-breed solutions to the ever-changing communications industry. With Simulsat's ability to receive programming from up to 35 satellites, the Cancer Center will be able to access an exceptionally diverse amount of programming that far surpasses the satellite reception capabilities of any other competing system."

About ATCi

ATCi enhances its customers' opportunity for profit by providing custom global ground-based satellite communications systems and broadband services. The company is committed to delivering innovative technologies to meet the emerging needs of cable television, corporations, government, educational institutions and small- and medium-sized enterprises. ATCi is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona with operating sales offices in North America, China and Brazil. For further information on ATCi products and services, please call 480-844-8501 or visit our Web site athttp://www.atci.com.


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