Ka2Go - The New Generation Of Ka-band Terminals
This new version of the field-tested and -proven Ka2Go - Terminal
is ready for fast and easy transmissions in Ka-band. The major highlight is the new RF module eTRIA, where motors are no longer required for polarization changes, thus providing higher reliability. Other improvements are the thermal design and integrated Encoder/GSM options, plus the new user-friendly operations application designed for tablet or smartphone use. Current Ka2Go customers can use the migration kit to upgrade and fully benefit from these sought-after features.
The new generation of Ka2Go is fully KA-SAT compatible, ready for existing Ka-band service offerings on the market.
It provides fast and stable transmissions with up to 10 Mbps data rate throughput.
“We improved the successful Ka2Go - Terminal to increase stability and robustness in the field. With the optional migration kit all our existing Ka2Go users can easily upgrade their terminals with minimal downtime,” said ND SatCom’s Head of Product Management & Marketing, Dr. Michael Weixler. “Of course, the new generation terminal is Eutelsat approved. We guarantee the best-in-class pointing accuracy of +/-0.1 degree with our Ka2Go - Terminal so our customers benefit from reduced bit error rate and better throughput.”
ND SatCom’s user-friendly integrated solution, Ka2Go - Terminal, is the most advanced vehicle-mounted antenna system within ND SatCom’s SKYRAY antenna family. It is designed to fulfill the most demanding broadcasting requirements and is based on a proven lightweight and robust design. The terminal includes a patented motorized positioner and automatic pointing system to the satellite, making handling easy. The antenna consists of a high-precision offset Ka-band reflector, GPS receiver, and a compass enabling auto-pointing and auto-network acquisition. In addition, the terminal integrates a KA-SAT modem, IP router,
and antenna controller. The Ka2Go - Terminal fits on vehicles of all sizes and is an ideal solution for
permanent or ad-hoc transmissions in Ka-band.
Visit ND SatCom at CABSAT in Dubai (21 - 23 March 2017) Booth F6-20.
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