Egatel is a highly specialized and skilled company on the development and manufacturing of Digital and RF products devoted to Terrestrial Broadcasting and Satellite Connectivity.
On the Terrestrial Broadcasting, the company supplies solutions for Radio/TV Broadcasting that meet the professional market needs globally. The portfolio of products and services includes transmitters, re-transmitters and gap fillers, as well as engineering works combined with turnkey projects and the supply of ancillary equipment, when required.
On the satellite field, the product lines focuses on the development of high performance satellite terminals to provide the market with low cost solutions for the delivery of high value satellite services, like IoT, M2M or Connected TV.
The company invests most of its annual revenues in R&D resources to ever offer high-tech equipment to the market.
Egatel is integrated in COMSA Corporation, one of the biggest industrial groups in Spain within the sector of infrastructures and engineering.
Egatel is integrated in the area of Services and Technology of COMSA Corporation, the second largest industrial group in Spain not listed in the Stock Exchange within the sector of infrastructures and engineering.
COMSA Corporación is a reference group in development of global solutions in the area of infraestructures, engineering, technology; environment; transport and logistics; maintenance and services; concessions and renewable energy. The group accounts revenues of more than 1.300 M€ and counts with more than 8.000 employees.
One of the pillars of COMSA Corporation is its approach to internationalization. Currently, the company is present in 25 countries: Algeria, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and Uruguay. In this area, the company has a turnover of 644 M€.
1992: Foundation of Egatel. Beginning of its activities in domestic sectors of satellite reception and first steps in professional industry developing analog transposers.
1994: Establishment of the company in the Technological Park of Galicia.
1995: First certification for professional broadcasting equipment by Abertis Telecom, spanish main broadcast operator.
1999: Inaguration of the current headquarters in the Technological Park of Galicia. Beginning of activities in the world of Digital TV in a prominent way as the main provider in Spain of AbertisTelecom.
2002: 90% achivement of the total supplies for the 5 national multiplex in Spain (Quiero TV project), with nearly 750 medium and high power digital transmitters.
2004: First successes in the international market supplying 10KW analog transmitters.
2005: OEM agreement with Rohde & Schwarz for the supply of multistandard Gapfillers.
2010: With the Spanish analogue switch off, the company has supplied during 2 years, for the 5 national multiplex and regional multiplex, more than 800 medium power digital transmitters and more than 3000 low power digital microtransmitters and microtransposers.
2012: Egatel supply a 14KWrms Digital TV transmitter to the Mexican Market, for the Autonomous University of Nuevo León in Monterrey, it is the Digital TV transmitter with the highest power operating in the country.
2013: National DTT network deployment in Morocco. (SNRT- Société Nationale de Radiodiffusion et de Télévision).
2015: National DTT network deployment in: Mexico (TV Azteca), Argentina (INVAP), Algeria (TDA-Télédiffusion D’Algérie), Kenya (KBC- Kenya Broadcasting Corporation).
2016: Commercial launch of the ‘smart LNB’, product for bidirectional communications via Satellite.
One of the greatest problems of developed societies is that the maintaining of its growth is strongly linked to unbridled consumption of resources needed to produce energy, which obviously causes a sustainability problem to the medium and long term.
EGATEL’s commitment to sustainable business development begins in the R & D, laying down design policies aimed to achieve energy-efficient equipment, obtaining a higher performance on each new transmitter family.
The development of energy efficient equipment can reduce operating costs by demanding less energy consumption and reduced heat generation inside the equipment, thereby reducing cooling needs.
Another important issue for companies committed to sustainability is the management of dangerous waste generated during the ordinary activities of the company.
The management of dangerous waste is defined by different procedures and regulations approved by national and autonomic governments. The collection of this waste is carried out by Authorized Processing Companies of Dangerous Waste.
EGATEL is also associated to the ECOTIC Foundation. The main aim of the ECOTIC Foundation is the environmental conservation and the sustainable development. For this reason, their main activity is the waste management of electrical and electronic devices produced or put on the market by their associate members.
Within this initiative, without spirit of profit, manufacturers, distributors and persons in charge of the putting on the market of the above mentioned devices and equipments can take part, across their adhesion to the same ones, paying special attention to the fulfilment of the current residues regulation in every moment, as well as the subscription of the public and private agreements necessary for the attainment of their purposes.
Egatel was main supplier of transmission equipment for the deployment of the first nationwide SFN network in the world that allowed to complete the analog switch-off in Spain. More than 7500 TV transmitters and TV transposers supplied to Abertis Telecom.( Abertis Telecom )
Commissioning of 15 new sites awared by TV Azteca for DTT deployment. The project involves the installation of 29 ATSC TV Transmitters from TUWH4000 Series, combiners, patch panels and loads. The vast majority of the transmitters supplied belong to the WHET Series (Wideband High Efficiency Transmitters) and they are transmitting Digital TV in different states in Mexico.( Mexico, 2015/2016 )
The “IoT First” Terminal contributes to homes and companies digital transformation, key factor for promoting the dissemination of knowledge and economic growth in the coming years. This interactive satellite terminal provides the market with low cost solutions for the delivery of high value satellite services, like IoT, M2M or Connected TV.( SatCOM, 2016 )
Extension the DTT coverage with 3 projects assigned by the TDA (Algerian Public TV) consisted on the installation of 42, 16 and 10 Digital Television stations, supplying TE9000 Series TV Transmitters, electrical protections and radiant systems. The equipment allows extending the Digital Terrestrial TV coverage throughout the wide Algerian geography.( Algeria, 2015/2016 )
Société Nationale de Radiodiffusion et de Télévision of Maroc, more than 130 DVB-T2 TV transmitters supllied for the DTT network deployment( Morocco )
Installation and commissioning of 10 new high power sites located on different key places all over the country. The state-of-the-art transmitters are part of the WHET Series (Wideband High Efficiency Transmitters), model TUWH4604. The turnkey project for APD enables the public TV broadcaster KBC (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation) to spread out its Digital Television Network in the African country.( Kenya, 2015/2016 )
The project assigned by the Technology Company INVAP (Investigación Aplicada) consists of supplying Liquid Cooling High Power TV Transmitters from TLWH7800 Series. The High energy efficiency equipment expands the Digital Television Network operated by ARSAT in Argentina with commissioning of 14 new sites.( Argentina, 2015 )
The Project for Malivision consists on supplying a 5+1 custom system with an output power of 1.6 kWrms. They are TLWH7800 Series devices that use liquid cooling shared between different transmitters integrated in the same rack. This system is planned for an extension to 9 + 1 and will be installed in Bamako.( Mali, 2016 )