Iridium Certus based on Iridium NEXT for autonomous vessels
Satellite operator Iridium announced the signing of a Protocol of Intent with one of the pioneers of smart shipping (intelligent ship transport) Rolls-Royce Marine (RRM) in support of their development…

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Radio and television broadcast satellites: TOP 10 questions
The publicly available Lyngsat.com website provides information on satellites broadcasting over open communication channels. Broadcasting and television broadcasting satellites. This site contains enough information about each satellite to get answers…

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The main trends in the development of marine satellite dishes
The increase in the volume of data transmitted from ships to shore means for shipowners and managers the need to upgrade satellite communication antennas to more powerful ones. Today, VSAT…

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How to choose an omnidirectional TV antenna on a ship

How to choose and buy a well-known brand antenna for receiving terrestrial television and radio signals in the sea
How to choose an omnidirectional TV antenna on a ship
The high-quality reception of terrestrial analog and digital signals in the open sea in order to provide ship communications, television and other types of communications with the outside world makes the highest demands on the appropriate receiving equipment, in particular marine omnidirectional antennas. The task of equipping movable objects with television equipment is of great importance in connection with Continue reading

Types of Satellite Antennas

Satellite antennas are made as solid / all-stamped, mesh and precast / sectional. The solid ones are made of a whole metal sheet and have a shape without technical holes and joints. Their signal reception quality is better than the others, and the design is less prone to kinks and defects during operation.

Mesh antennas are assembled from strips, forming a receiving grid. Their advantage is less windage, so mesh satellite dishes are preferred in areas with increased wind load.

Prefabricated antennas are made of petals and can be compactly packed for transportation and long-term storage. They, like sectional ones, are convenient for regular transfer, as they are easy to fold and allow you to quickly deploy the system. Cons of the design – in the weak joints of the petals, which are easily broken and require regular professional maintenance.

Mesh satellite dishes have slightly worse signal quality than all-metal antennas, but not due to technical holes. Since for the correct reflection of the beam the shape of the mirror must be strictly parabolic, it is Continue reading

How to choose a satellite dish
A guide on how to choose a satellite dish, and which antenna is best. A satellite dish is the easiest way to provide broadband Internet access and other services anywhere…

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Satellite Internet Inmarsat BGAN
What is Inmarsat BGAN? A similar question can be asked by a user who comes close to the need to have an Internet connection almost anywhere in the world, regardless…

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KVH introduced new photon gyroscopes
KVH's new photonic gyroscopes integrated into high-precision inertial measurement units (IMUs) are designed for the growing driverless autonomous vehicle market and offer significant performance and cost advantages. KVH KVH Industries,…

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Comparison of satellite dishes KNS, KVH, Intellian, Raymarine
Comparison of satellite dishes KNS, KVH, Intellian, Raymarine KNS SuperTrack K Series Antennas K-Series antennas provide the opportunity to watch satellite TV in high quality right on board your ship.…

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