CONCORD, ON, July 3 /CNW/ - Unique Broadband Systems, Inc. (CDNX: UBS), a
leader in high-speed fixed and mobile wireless transmission solutions, today
announced that it has shipped the first of its kind 18Ghz channelized high
power MMDS system to Hong Kong Cable Television Ltd.
Hong Kong Cable, the only wireless distributor and fibre optic system
provider in the territory, signed a contract with UBS in February 2000. UBS
has provided Hong Kong Cable with a complete 18 GHz point-to-multipoint video
distribution system with transmitters, repeaters, transmit antennas, LNBs and
"With this development, we have once again proven our capability in
designing highly complex, quality transmission systems for the emerging MMDS
market," said Alex Dolgonos, President and CEO of UBS.
The fully redundant system, consisting of twenty channel transmitters is
completely automated through computer control. Compared to an LMDS system, the
newly developed 18Ghz high power transmission system, which operates at a
lower frequency and at a higher power level, offers the operator a wider
coverage area for video, Internet and data transmission services at a lower
About Unique Broadband Systems, Inc.
Unique Broadband Systems, Inc. (UBS) is recognized worldwide as a leader
in the design, development and manufacture of high-speed fixed and mobile
wireless transmission solutions, including systems based on OFDM technology.
UBS focuses on high-speed mobile solutions (DAB, SDARS, DVB-T and High-Speed
Mobile Multimedia) and fixed wireless multimedia (MMDS). The company's
extensive product line is combined with system design, installation,
maintenance and technical support to provide customers with total end-to-end
system solutions. UBS has offices in the United States, Canada, Russia,
Singapore, the UK, France, Italy, Germany and Denmark.
For more information on UBS, its products or investor relations, visit
/For further information: Jeffery Friedman, UBS, (905) 669-8533,
CO: Unique Broadband Systems, Inc.
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