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Accurate Pointing Is Crucial For Transportable Antennas

Thursday, September 1, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: SatMagazine
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Transportable VSAT antennas are used in many places—on the roof of a news truck, on the ground next to an emergency response trailer at the site of a natural disaster, in a parking lot at a large special event, mounted onto a camouflaged army transporter in a war zone, to name but a few locations. 

In most cases, the person responsible for establishing satellite communications from the remote location is faced with multiple challenges.  First of all, h/she usually has other crucial roles to perform than only to set up the satellite link.  The task needs to be straightforward, simple and almost effortless—even in conditions where terrain, weather, satellite line-of-site obstructions and location “dynamics” can create challenges that can distract from the primary job at hand.

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