The OiDish System is a satellite TV system created by Oi Electronics for the South Americans. It is the biggest satellite dish system in the world, and it uses both house and field type dishes. When a citizen applies for the OiDish System, they have to fill out a card. On that card it asks for their House Address, National ID Number, etc, but it also asks if they want field or house dishes. The house dish is a regular satellite receiver on top of a roof, and the field is a massive collection of satellite dishes spread on a field. The field choice is the most popular, but some do not live close enough by and must chose house. The OiDish System allows TV to reach areas it never did before, and it uses pre-selected channels (See List of TV channels in the UFSA). It was built in 2007, and is still in service today. All satellites are managed and maintained by the UFSA Space Administration.
All satellites used fly in geosynchronous orbit around several cities in South America. They are manufactured by Oi Electronics, and put in the air via Delta winged transport space craft. They have a defence mechanism to destroy meteors about to hit the satellite. They relay the signals from the main broadcasting station and they send them to each other. Each satellite them sends the signals down over a circular area, therefore giving reception to any dish in the region.