The award, which was made at IBC last weekend, was for the firm's Mpeg2 DVB-T camera system which has managed to cut the signal delay to 40 milliseconds, or one frame. Most of its rivals are subject to a two or three frame delay.
The firm also announced at IBC that it had struck a distribution and development deal with Hitachi. The Japanese giant has committed to distributing the firm's products throughout Asia and Africa, including an initial 20 LinkXP systems. The two firms will also work together to develop further broadcast equipment products.
LinkXP, which was on show in Europe for the first time at IBC, succeeded in trials in maintaining a signal up to 1.5km away from the receiver and without line of sight.