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On October 25-27, Norsat presented and exhibited for at China Satellite 2017 in Beijing, China.
China Satellite is an annual trade show in Beijing that brings together decision-makers from Chinese regulatory bodies, scientists, and equipment providers. In its 19th year, China Satellite offers a full three day conference, technical workshops, keynote speeches, and round-table discussions. Norsat was invited to make a presentation during this event, where Douglas Chun, Norsat Microwave Sales Manager for Asia, presented on the topic of Communications on the Move. The turnout was great and the interest was overwhelming. Thank you to all those who had listened and engaged with Norsat’s presentation.
At the booth, Norsat featured the GLOBETrekker 2.0, ATOM series BUCs and SSPAs, and a range of the most popular LNBs for the Asian market. Norsat is a well-known LNB provider, but guests were happy to see the full product offering at the show which included BUCs, portable ground satellite terminals, and more.
The three day event was an excellent way to showcase Norsat’s full product line to the Asian market. Norsat staff returned home with rave reviews of the event and were excited to work on some new projects. Thank you China Satellite for allowing Norsat to participate in this amazing event!
Military communications has always been a key market for Norsat. Whether it is supplying reliable ground satellite terminals or providing customized SWaP satellite component designs, Norsat and military communications seem to work hand-in-hand. From October 23-25, 2017, Norsat exhibited at the MILCOM 2017 show in Baltimore, Maryland.
The three day conference and exhibition was themed “Military Communications and Innovation: Priorities for the Modern Warfight”.
Located in booth #1026, Norsat featured its GLOBETrekker 2.0 ground satellite terminal. This terminal is the world’s most intelligent fly-away satellite terminal and includes the easy-to-use LinkControl software for automatic satellite acquisition. Its compact and lightweight design makes it simple to maneuver and transport. Built to military specifications, the GLOBETrekker 2.0 is the tool operators rely on for mission critical communications anywhere on the planet.
As well, the new Ka-band satellite components were on display at Norsat’s booth. The 50 watt Ka ATOM block upconverter (BUC) and the 4-and 5-band low noise block downconverters (LNBs) offer a complete package for Ka-band. These innovative products are compact and offer excellent reliability to any system. For more information about Norsat’s Ka-band offering, please visit www.norsat.com/ka-band.
Norsat products and case studies were featured in the October issue of Satellite Market Briefs which was distributed at MILCOM. The Market Brief report highlighted trends in the growing ground satellite terminal market and the increasing demand of custom products. To read the Market Brief, please click here.
Overall, the show was a hit! Lots of badges were scanned and visitors were interested in the overall product offering that Norsat could provide. MILCOM was a great event and we hope to showcase our new products at next year’s show!
Thank you to everyone who entered the Norsat and Sinclair photo contest! We received over 30 submissions from a variety of applications. All the photos submitted were great! Our two winners are….
Robert from DCI Teleports who sent us the winning photo for Norsat!
Robert captured this photo of their Norsat satellite terminal while covering the news of the earthquake in Equador in 2016. Thank you for capturing this action shot and broadcasting live updates to the rest of the world. Great job Robert!
Ron from the Yukon Amateur Radio Association who sent us the winning photo for Sinclair Technologies!
This photo was taken at Mount Decoli at 8200 feet, near Haines Junction in Yukon, Canada. This application is very demanding as the equipment is installed at a very high altitude. Thank you to the Yukon Amateur Radio Association for entering such a beautiful photo!
Again, thank you to everyone who entered our photo contest and congratulations to the winners, Robert and Ron. The winners have been notified and they will both receive a $100 Amazon gift card.