NEW DELHI — Devas Multimedia will introduce spot-beam transmission for the first time in India once the GSat-6 and GSat-6A satellites are launched by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). A spot beam is a satellite signal with concentrated power that is sent by a high-gain antenna and focused on a limited geographic area. The $250 million satellite communications company entered into a partnership with Antrics Corp., ISRO’s marketing arm, to lease five transponders each from ...
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