Intellian released its WorldView low noise block (LNB) technology for the TVRO market in 2010, and the technology struck a chord with boaters who regularly cruise among different countries (Florida and the various Caribbean islands, for example) and who want TV service, irrespective of the latest stamp on their passport and without requiring a tool kit. This technology, which is available on the s80HD, the World- and t-series, and the i6W, lets boaters cruise between satellite-service regions without having to physically change out any hardware inside their unit's dome. Intellian's WorldView LNB technology electronically selects the best television-service provider and automatically switches the antenna's local frequency and polarization based on the satellite that it's tracking (switching between high or low band, circular or linear polarization) to ensure seamless service. Intellian's antenna control unit (ACU) contains all of the switching information, as well as a built-in module for Ku-band HD reception, simplifying the user experience. Most important, WorldView LNB frees users from stockpiling multiple LNB units and from having to physically swap out these delicate parts each time the vessel crosses into a different satellite-service region.