PRODUCT FEATURE – WAYFARER Drive-Away
Keeping the demands of the broadcast and media industry in mind, the WAYFARER drive-away is Norsat’s solution for reliable and easy-to-deploy mobile communications. The solid, light-weight, and low-profile reflector mount deploys easily for fast and reliable satellite acquisition and tracking. Whether mounted on an emergency vehicular command center or a mobile broadcast SUV – Norsat’s WAYFARER drive-away terminals offer mobile broadband-level communications capability. Besides DSNGs, this terminal is ideal for mobile news offices, urgent broadcasting, government updates, first responders, and emergency mobile headquarters. Experience the WAYFARER Series first-hand at our upcoming shows – CABSAT and NAB. The Norsat WAYFARER drive-away terminal includes:
NORSAT INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVES $2 MILLION IN KA-BAND SATELLITE BLOCK UPCONVERTER SALES FOR COMMS ON THE MOVE LAND AND AIRBORNE CUSTOMERS
Norsat has sold more than $2 million USD in Ka-band ATOM Block Upconverter (BUC) products for Comms on the Move applications across North America, Asia and Europe. Since the release of Norsat’s ATOM Ka Band series, Norsat has seen tremendous market uptake in the products for both the airborne satcom market and land based “Communications on the Move” market.
NORSAT’S ‘YEAR IN REVIEW’ FEATURED IN MILSAT MAGAZINE
2018 was a year of tremendous market success for Norsat International through a wave of new product development and diversification into new markets. Whether customers are flying at 40,000 feet, in the middle of a rescue operation in a cave or driving leisurely across the country, Norsat delivers the best products to enable seamless communication. Read all about our Year in review in the latest issue of MilSat Magazine.
RISE TO THE TOP OF THE VIDEO DISTRIBUTION CHAIN WITH THE RIGHT SATELLITE DRIVE-AWAYS
The value of satellite in the modern-day distribution chain is undisputable, considering that most of the world’s video already flows through its networks. New-age commercial drive-aways will remain the top priority for the broadcast industry in the near future.