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EXPLORER 5075GX: Auto-Acquire Fly-Away Antenna

COBHAM SATCOM

Description

This Cobham EXPLORER auto-acquire fly-away VSAT system is lightweight, rugged and portable. The terminal includes a fully integrated iDirect Core Module, and is configured specifically for operation on the Inmarsat Global Xpress® (GX) ka-band network. Its user-friendly design allows operators with little satellite experience to access GX services within minutes.

EXPLORER 5075GX land VSAT features an auto-acquire system that ensures connectivity to GX services with the push of a button. It’s that simple. No pointing is needed with EXPLORER 5075GX, it automatically finds the satellite in a matter of minutes, providing quick access even in remote locations.

Key Features:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • 4-Piece Carbon Reflector
  • 0.75 m Axis-Symmetric Reflector
  • IPX5-compliant Baseband Packaging
  • WLAN Access Point and LAN interface
  • LCD Display and Web-Based User Interface
  • 2 Case Solution, Airline Checkable

In the box

  • IP65 - rated base unit
  • Ka-band feed
  • Commercial 5W Ka-band BUC
  • LNB
  • 4 piece carbon fibre reflector
  • 2 Pelican Storm cases

Network

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Airtime options

Available to hire:

no

Postpaid options:

yes

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Product: EXPLORER 5075GX: Auto-Acquire Fly-Away Antenna
 

Technical


Physical
Weight: 26.7kg
Operating Temperature: -25°C to +55°C
Operating Humidity: 0 to 100% (condensing)
Reflector Size: 75cm
Power
Input Voltage: 90 - 260V AC
VSAT - Antenna
Transmit Gain: 44.5
Transmit Receive: 41.0
System G/T: Comm @ 30° EL, Midband (dB/°K): 17.3
BUC Power: 5W
Polarisation: Rx: LHCP, Tx: RHCP
Elevation Range: 0° to 90°
Service
Data: yes
Broadband: yes

Related Case Study

AST Technology Day | Global Xpress

On the 20th May 2015, Applied Satellite Technology Ltd (AST) held its first Technology Day, inviting key resellers and customers to see some of the latest industry products and solutions in action. Mark Blount-Stonham, Engineer from Inmarsat Global Government, attended the event with a GCS Cheetah II terminal, and supported AST with a live Global Xpress (GX) demonstration.

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