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VSAT antennas

Technology means to make easy things difficult. Navisystem fact builds marine satellite antennas from 1993 with avant-garde techniques and unique features in the world. Structure Watt BUC Navisystem satellite marine antenna VSAT satellite block up converter sailing yacht boat ship vessel three axes three axis The mechanical stabilization system is a four-high technology axes, and has been designed to be very robust and at the same time very light. The structure is almost entirely made of aluminum, with some steel parts, such as bearings and the axes of rotation. The square tubes machined with numerical control, allow the passage of cables inside, eliminating interference due to transmission apparatuses for maritime use, close to the satellite antennas. In this way, the stabilization system is very functional and technologically very advanced. BUC watt block up converter ka ku-band satellite Navisystem band marine VSAT satellite antenna sailing yacht boat ship vessel three axes three axis The simplicity and rationality of these antennas is a factor that distinguishes us in the world. Change the BUC, such as from 4W to 8W can become a big problem for a balanced antenna, which add up to ten grams can affect the total operation of the system. The Navisystem engineers have completely eliminated this problem by placing the BUC directly on the vertical column, where it is easily accessed without ever compromising the operation of the antenna even with BUC of considerable power.