Cobham SATCOM has announced that two new SAILOR antennas will be available this summer to prepare for Inmarsat’s forthcoming Global Xpress Ka-band service.
Cobham SATCOM has released a Fibre Optic Solution to reduce the installation cabling requirements for several of its Sea Tel VSAT antennas.
Kymeta Corporation, which develops flat-panel antenna technologies based on metamaterials, has announced that it has successfully demonstrated bi-directional high-speed internet connectivity with a Ka-band satellite.
Intellian has introduced the v240M, a 2.4m multi-band maritime antenna providing fully automatic switching between Ku-band and C-band.
Comtech EF Data Corporation has announced that it has completed interoperability testing with a selection of Cobham maritime VSAT stabilised antenna systems and the ROSS Open Antenna Management (ROAM) protocol.
Intellian says that it has commenced the first deliveries of its v100GX 3-Axis VSAT communications antenna, a Ku-band antenna that can be converted for use with Inmarsat’s Ka-band Global Xpress (GX) service.
Cobham has announced the forthcoming launch of SAILOR 800 VSAT, a 3-axis stabilised Ku-band antenna system with an 83 cm reflector dish, which it says provides the same radio performance as competing 1m antennae.
Intellian reports that it is to launch a new graphical interface based PC software for monitoring and control of its VSAT antennas, called Aptus.
ORBIT Communication Systems has launched two maritime stabilised VSAT platforms which it says will support future Ka-band services.
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