NEW LAUNCH: ATOM KU-BAND GAN BUCS
The Norsat ATOM series of GaN block upconverters are among the smallest, lightest, most energy efficient transmitters available, and will be launched in booth #1235 at the Satellite Show in Washington, DC on May 6, 2019! Norsat’s 80W Ku GaN ATOM BUC is 62% lighter and 70% smaller than competing products in the industry, weighing just 2.3 Kg.
Excellent Thermal Management
20W, 40W and 80W to suit every application
PRESENTING THE WORLD’S FIRST Q-BAND LNB
Globally renowned as being pioneers in the LNB market, Norsat presents the World’s first Q-band PLL LNB, the Q1000H! With the arrival of 5G and preparation for 6G, the industry will move from Ku and Ka band towards Q-band over the next decade. Norsat aims to be the first to provide next-gen products in the EHF frequency range, supporting satellite communications, remote sensing, terrestrial microwave communications and radio astronomy studies.
WHITEPAPER: MITIGATING 5G INTERFERENCE SIGNALS IN THE C-BAND
With the rollout of 5G infrastructure, interference signals will be powerful enough to saturate the sensitive C-band satellite receiving systems, causing a potential for total loss of service. To eliminate or control any electromagnetic interference one must focus on three major fronts – the transmitter, the medium of propagation and the receiver. Norsat investigates possible solutions and presents the products that can mitigate the interference. Guidelines on how to position C-band terminals are also presented.
E-BOOK: SATCOM GAN POWER AMPLIFIER DESIGN
Norsat and Microwave Journal present the latest eBook on ‘SATCOM GaN Power Amplifier Design’. The articles in this eBook are very informative, and cover military satellite terminal basics, market trends and the outlook for this market. With a major shift from GaAs to GaN as the semiconductor device material of choice, Norsat compares the two technologies covering the reasons for this shift and the advantages of GaN technology for SATCOM amplifiers.
ARTICLE: NORSAT ASSISTS THE USAF TO STAY ABOVE ALL RESCUE OPERATIONS
The 31st Rescue Squadron is responsible for disaster relief missions, rescue missions and emergency response, especially the organization and management of resources for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies. Norsat’s Case Study on providing the United States Air Force 31st Rescue Squadron with remote satcom solutions was featured in the April 2019 issue of MilSat Magazine.