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1953Established in Kobe City as Kansai Television Laboratory, Ltd.
1956Incorporated as Kansai TV Industrial Company, and established sales offices in Osaka, etc.
1966Changed company name to DX Antenna Co., Ltd., and set up a brand with a new design
1978Succeeded in receiving a clearer signal with a receiving device for Japan's first experimental SHF broadcasting satellite
1984Indoor antenna "SK-11" received the "Good Design Award of Small and Medium Enterprise Products"
1989Completed DX Head Office New Building as extension
1990Started operation of a satellite ground station under approval of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
1993Achieved accumulative sales of 1 Million BS satellite antennas
1996Developed devices compatible to digital broadcasting with the start of CS digital broadcasting (first among other companies)
2001Tied up with Funai Electric Co., Ltd. to strengthen business management basis
2002Entered into the audio, video, and home electronics market under the new brand name DX BROADTEC in business alliance with Funai Electric Co., Ltd.
2003Commercialized new UHF all band antennas, "Digi-Hat" and "Digi-Kite" with start of digital terrestrial broadcasting in three major metropolitan areas
2006RoHS compliant (approved as environment-friendly manufacturing guideline at European Parliament) model exceeded 200.
2008Established our own "ECO Mark" to be used on products meeting company standards and to contribute to global environment conservation measures
2009Announced milli-wave transmission system that maintains the high picture quality of Hi-Vision broadcasting signals through wireless transmission
2009Sold flat-type antenna for digital terrestrial broadcasting, putting together streamlined design and high performance
2011Gap filler system with power failure back-up function received the second prize in "Safe and Secure Network Category" at CEATEC AWARD 2011
2012Sold "Hi-Vision digital monitoring system" as the first product line under "DX DELCATEC," a new brand for the fields of communication and security
2012Opened "Seishin Technology Center" as development, production, and quality assurance base
2013Established radio anechoic chamber in Seishin Technology Center, one of the largest in Japan
2017As a result of the share transfer, the parent company has been changed from Funai Electric Co., Ltd. to Elecom Co., Ltd.
2019Relocated the headquarter to the location of Seishin Technology Center.

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