Kathrein Driving Digitization Forward

How Kathrein Solutions is driving digitization forward

How Kathrein Solutions is driving digitization forward

In an article, the trade journal “RFID im Blick” presents the success story of Kathrein Solutions GmbH and highlights the success factors and strategy of the business unit. The interview partners were Jürgen Walter, COO of KATHREIN SE and Head of the Solutions division, Thomas Brunner, Managing Director of Kathrein Solutions GmbH and Martin Dobler, CTO of Kathrein Solutions.

Digitalization is changing the way we live: from industry 4.0 to intelligent networks and networked mobility. It brings about major and far-reaching changes – not only for the end consumer, but also for companies and the economy. Large and traditional organizations face the challenge of making their own structures more agile. This is the only way they can successfully implement digitalization.

Digital and contactless technologies and applications are the basis for sustainable processes in many industries. With its IoT solutions, the Kathrein Solutions business unit supports numerous companies from various industries in implementing digitization.

The article can be read on the magazine’s website.


DTV Utah Repack Alps

DTV Utah Completes Successful Repack

DTV Utah Completes Successful Repack

Local community TV group moves six of its eight stations to new frequencies

SALT LAKE CITY— In March 2017, DTV Utah began plans on repacking six of its eight DTV Utah Stations that were required to change frequencies as a result of the spectrum auction. DTV Utah, LLC is a television transmitter site located in the Oquirrh Mountains above Salt Lake City, Utah and was the location of a complex, channel repack project involving nine UHF television stations, with eight of the transmitters combined into a community antenna.

Read the full article to learn how Kathrein solved a variety of challenges that arose with this repack, from new frequency parameters to transmitter cooling at the thin air of 9,000 feet, transmission line performance, the requirement to stay on the air while creating a seamless transition to the new channels, ability to withstand extreme temperatures and more:

read more