Announcements

  • Sira at NAB SHOW 2014

    The NAB Show is one of the most important fairs in the world, dedicated to different sectors, broadcast, radio and television

    With more than 93.000 participants from more than 150 countries and 1.500 exhibitors, including all the largest leading companies in the field of telecommunications, the...

  • Sira Events in 2014

    In 2014 too, SIRA will be present at the major international events dedicated to broadcasting and telecommunications. A constant presence that confirms the company's leadership position on the world market and which also represents an opportunity to take a closer look at the whole catalogue of antennas, components and accessories designed, made and tested at our production facilities,...

  • UHF Combiners

    In Asia in the course of 2013, the Switch Over between Analogue and Digital television is taking place. As it can be seen from the world map here, in the areas coloured in yellow the process is already underway. In some countries of the African continent (grey areas) the Switch Over hasn't been planned yet, while...

  • Panama inaugurates the DVB-T reception: Hosanna Vision and SIRA

    The President of Panama Ricardo Martinelli inaugurated the clear DVB-T channel in the province of Colon. The channel of Hosanna Vision was implemented with Italian technology provided by various manufacturers (including SIRA for the...

  • New FM filters and combiners

    The new Sira line of FM filters and combiners is the result of market's demands in terms of combining in a common antenna short spaced FM channels

    The new filters line Filtri FM CFM6ELL featuring 6 elliptical response resonators provides very high selectivity allowing to combine within a common...

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New 2014 SIRA catalogues

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Preview them online, download PDF files or ask for hard copies of our new SIRA and Kathrein catalogues.

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SIRA worldwide

A map of systems installed in over 120 countries
all over the world and contacts for our assistance
centres in each geographical area.

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