3G Wireless, LLC

The Next Generation of Broadcast Technology

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For most businesses it is the playing of golf that leads to business opportunity. For 3g it was the televising of golf that resulted in the making of broadcast engineering history. 3g represents the coming together of two likeminded companies, Wireless Video Inc. and Via-RF. While riding the train together to New York City to visit ABC Sports, Greg Robinson (Wireless Video) and the Scheer Brothers (Via-RF) came to the conclusion that they had a common set of values based on outstanding customer service, innovation and an unrelenting passion for excellence as well complimentary skill sets. These two upstart companies decided that they could combine forces to form a company that would bring together over 100 years of broadcast industry know how and a “can do” attitude to form a company that has been an industry leader ever since. Since that train ride, 3g has continued to push the envelope, continually developing and pioneering technologies that allow our customers to achieve unparalleled broadcast quality combined with unmatched reliability and integrity. At 3g we pride ourselves on our cutting edge engineering development program which has allowed us to pioneer broadcast technologies that provide our customers with the finest products, services and custom solutions. These developments allow us to be able to tell our customers “of course it is possible” and allow us to succeed where others have failed. This spirit of innovation combined with truly outstanding people make for a powerful broadcast partner and ally.


Joe Roberts Stays Perfect with AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport Win at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for Round 5 of GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing


MONTEREY, Calif. (July 26, 2013) - The AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport class is one of the most unpredictable around and the series regulars were thrown for a loop at Barber Motorsports Park last month when Joe Roberts showed up for the first time and led every session and won both races.