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General Dynamics 2.4m Antenna - O3b Networks

General Dynamics 2.4m Antenna - O3b Networks

General Dynamics 2.4m Antenna - O3b

2.4M Ka-Band Terminal Remote Auto Acquire / Auto Tracking O3b customer terminals are sized to meet the customer’s Service Data Rate (SDR) requirements and offers service availability targets of 100%. The O3b recommended terminals for each region are based on link budget calculations based on the customer’s location and are designed to work with existing VSAT modems and transceivers. Description The new series auto acquire / auto track, General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies’ 2.4m Ka-Band tracking antenna has been designed to provide a reliable, trouble free solution for the O3b terminal installations. Each terminal comprises a pair of tracking antennas under the control of a dedicated antenna control unit [ACU]. One antenna acquires and follows a rising O3b satellite in MEO orbit while the second antenna is parked in a home position for the next rising satellite. The O3b service is maintained by the antenna pair acquiring and tracking alternate satellites in the O3b constellation. Terminals have been designed to support a range of Ka-band SSPB’s ranging in output powers from 10 watts to 40 watts. The mechanical design has been optimized for high efficiency packaging to reduce shipping costs. Material selections for the reflector significantly reduce the risk for shipping damage when compared to metal reflector solutions. Factory pre-assembly of critical components eliminates the requirement for complex assembly procedures in the field. Ka-Band Azimuth +/- 10 deg measured (Tx) Band pattern coverage Ka-Band Azimuth +/- 10 deg measured (Rx) Band pattern coverage Key Features — AUTOMATED ACQUIRE AND PRECISE TRACKING ACCURACY FOR TERMINALS REQUIRING HIGHER UPLINK EIRP MARGINS — RELIABLE ALL-WEATHER PERFORMANCE — INCREASED ANTENNA STRENGTH TO SUPPORT A VARIETY OF SSPB OPTIONS RANGING FROM 10 TO 40 WATTS — INTEGRATED POSITIONER PEDESTAL AND ANTENNA CONTROL UNIT — FIELD FRIENDLY INSTALLATION WITHOUT REQUIREMENT FOR SPECIALIZED TOOLS — OPTIMIZED, 4-PIECE REFLECTOR DESIGN FOR MAXIMUM SHIPPING EFFICIENCIES — COMPLIANT WITH MAJOR INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS (ITU-R S.580, FCC 47 CFR 25.209 SIDELOBE SPECIFICATIONS)

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