The 0.9m Journey Manpack is a high-performance, ultra-portable satellite terminal designed for military and commercial applications. The Journey Manpack comes in a lightweight, airline checkable, single backpack and provides unmatched durability, maximum portability, HD video and IP transmission and 4+hours of continuous runtime with battery pack.
The GLOBETrekker™ 2.0 is the world’s most intelligent fly-away satellite terminal. Built to military specifications, with a suite of integrated modems or video encoders, and lightweight packaging compact enough for airline check in, operators rely on the GLOBETrekker for mission critical communications anywhere on the planet.
WAYFARER 0.9m Fly-away Antenna
The WAYFARER™ 0.9m fly-away antenna is a fast deploying, ultra-portable, easy-to-use, and compact SATCOM VSAT. This terminal is an excellent choice for cost-conscious military or commercial applications in various industries. This fly-away antenna offers excellent rugged and reliable satellite links.
ARTICLE: COTM LAND AND AIRBORNE TECHNOLOGIES
Norsat’s article, “COTM Land and Airborne Technologies” was published in the recent issue of MilSat magazine. Every military commander will agree that communication is the key to any successful mission or in-field operation. Effective COTM (Communications-On-The-Move) systems ensure that intelligence information reaches personnel on time and surveillance data is properly relayed, even while users are on the move. Leaders can make better tactical command decisions when they receive reconnaissance observations on time, in turn increasing military strategic advantages.
NORSAT TEAMS UP WITH NSR FOR C-BAND 5G REPURPOSING REPORT
Norsat recently teamed up with Northern Sky Research (NSR) for their report on U.S. C-Band Repurposing for 5G : Impacts and Analysis. It is an important report for anyone seeking bottom line data and analysis on the urgent need to repurpose C-Band spectrum, the most probable future line of events and the impact on the satellite industry. While repurposing of mid-band spectrum has created uncertainty for the satellite Industry in the U.S. and elsewhere, this reports provides clarity on the most probable outcomes for this process in North America and the risk for contagion globally.