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As a substitution for the traditional dish antenna, International Trade Business (ITB) is offering CubSat. Called a new generation of dish antenna, CubSat is built to resist weather-related damage, as well as to remain discreet from landlords, homeowner associations and neighbors.
The CubSat dish antenna is built in a case molded from ABS plastic, that permits perfect reception of analog, digital and high-definition programs. It can be half buried in the garden, painted, fixed on a wall or put down on the ground.
The size and shape of CubSat allow an almost invisible installation anywhere, said ITB. No tools are needed for set-up, and it works with any satellite provider, such as DirecTV or Dish Network.
For use with DirecTV, a CubSat 50 handles one LNB F and one DBS output for a suggested $199 retail. Another CubSat 50 handles one LNB F and two DBS outputs for a suggested $219 retail.
A CubSat 70 is designed for one LNB F and two I DBS outputs at a suggested $279 retail. Another CubSat 70 is designed for one LNB phase III ODU and four outputs at a suggested $349 retail. Product is available.
For use with the Dish Network, the CubSat 70 handles two LNB and two DBS outputs for a suggested $349 retail. Product is available.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.