Only in Japan: RaySat Introduces World's Smallest Vehicle Antenna for Satellite TV

Automotive satellite TV antenna developer RaySat introduced its super-small TeleRay antenna at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today. Sorry kids, it's only for Japanese BS/CS sat broadcasts aired domestically. Small enough for the roof of a keicar, the pizza-sized antenna, just one-inch thick and 16 inches in diameter, lets passengers in a moving vehicle watch what's on Japan's SkyPerfecTV as well as free-to-air BS channels. It'll be available in Japan by year's end, but sadly, US A/V geeks will have to be satisfied with the flying-saucer-sled-sized SpeedRay 3000 for the foreseeable future.

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