Eddystone are proud to announce that our Japanese visitors – Takanori and Reiku – on behalf of NEC, successfully completed a full training course in the use of their Eddystone Transmitters, which we trust they will put to excellent use. We hope they enjoyed their time with us, as we have enjoyed having them, and want to wish them all the best for the future.
We are proud to be exhibiting at IBC 2016 this year. The exhibit is being held at the RAI Centre in Amsterdam from Friday 9th to Tuesday 13th September 2016.
Visit us at our stand 8-B38d to find all the latest information about our current and new ranges of equipment.
For more information about IBC, visit their website, www.ibc.org.
Presenting the exciting new S8603 3kW FM amplifier at Broadcast Asia, which is one of the S86xx series of amplifiers ranging from 1kW to 10kW, available soon!
Retaining the industry-leading modular construction of the S76xx series, the S86xx amplifiers offer unrivalled ease of maintenance at an affordable price.
For more information contact us via email at email@example.com or visit our stand at Broadcast Asia 2016, where our team are more than happy to assist.
Visit Eddystone Broadcast at our stand 5E4-08 at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
We will be exhibiting for the duration of the event, which is Tuesday 31st May to Friday 3rd June 2016, where our Sales team is looking forward to seeing you there.
We are exhibiting at Southern Manufacturing with our sister companies. Come and see us at stand K74.
We will be exhibiting at CABSAT 2016 from Tuesday 8th March to Thursday 10th March 2016.
CABSAT 2016 is being held at the World Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE. Visit our Sales team in Zabeel Hall, stand ZL2-20.
Find out more event details at: www.cabsat.com
Eddystone are proud to announce that our Jordanian guests from PSD:- Mahmoud, Ali and Khalaf – successfully completed a full training course in the use and implementation of their newly purchased Eddystone Transmitters. The purchase was made through Heat for Engineering and Technology in Amman. We trust they will put their training to good use and wish them all the best for the future.