Three NFL games over the past month have been played at Wembley Stadium and Broadcast RF has had great pleasure to have supplied RF technology with engineering support to each match.
On Sunday 4th October the New York Jets kicked off against the Miami dolphins with much of the sell-out crowd were supporting Miami but the Jets started stronger to open a 20-7 half-time lead.
T-shirt cannons launching free merchandise into the stands kept the crowd entertained during breaks in play, while actor David Hasselhoff was one of several American famous faces watching on.
The New York Jets beat the Miami Dolphins 27-14 in front of a Wembley full house to win the first of three NFL matches set for London in 2015.
Next up, on 25th October was Jacksonville Jaguars 34-31 win against Buffalo Bills Blake Bortles throwing the winning touchdown to Allen Hurns.
Broadcast RF are proud to have supplied wireless cameras to cover all three events. Spectators also had the fun of passing an inflatable ball around the stadium with the new Vislink Hero-cast camera system mounted inside streaming live video to the big LED screen.
Vislinks Hero-cast is a compact, lightweight transmitter combined with a compact mini camera. Broadcast RF now stocks these Hero-cast units which are now available to hire.
The last match, played on Sunday 1st November, saw the Detroit Lions going up against the KC Chiefs with the KC Chiefs gaining victory by 45-10 lead. In his usual fashion, KC Chiefs Alex Smith dominated the opposition with a pair of touchdowns.