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7 March, 2006 - 17:43 By Staff Reporter

Sarantel ships new antenna

Sarantel, the Northants company that provides filtering antennas for mobile and wireless devices, has begun volume shipments of its new SkyTune antenna, connecting XM’s innovative new portable satellite radio receivers manufactured by Samsung and Pioneer.Sarantel, the Northants company that provides filtering antennas for mobile and wireless devices, has begun volume shipments of its new SkyTune antenna, connecting XM’s innovative new portable satellite radio receivers manufactured by Samsung and Pioneer.

As Sarantel’s first non-GPS product, the SkyTune antenna was developed specifically for XM Satellite Radio.

Pioneer’s Inno and Samsung’s Helix are revolutionary new portable radios designed for those who want their XM satellite radio on the go.

With a built-in receiver and antenna, these devices are smaller than many cell phones and provide real-time access to XM’s 160 channels of commercial-free music, sports, news, weather, and other quality entertainment.

These new radios also play MP3 and WMA music files – making them the ultimate products for portable audio.

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