1.2M Satellite Newsgathering (SNG) antennas
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Probecom 1.2 meter fiber glass vehicle mount SNG systems (full name: antenna 1.2M Satellite Newsgathering antennas) offer strong performance with a small, lightweight and low-profile package. Ku and C band is available for this system, equipped with integrated GPS and level sensors for automatic vehicle tilt compensation.
The fiber glass vehicle mount SNG antenna includes size 1.2m, 1.5m and 1.8m. Carbon fiber reflector is available too, is specially designed for worldwide transmit and receive operation. This transportable antenna consists of a single-piece fiber glass composite reﬂector mounted on a cable drive elevation-over-azimuth positioner. This state-of-the-art design results in a low-weight antenna with superior stiffness and high performance under wind loading conditions.
Typically these 1.2m vehicle mount SNG antenna system antennas are applied to signal contribution for high data rate and bandwidth as well as high power broadcast or similar applications. Low proﬁle Stow position on vehicle, specially designed for mounting on SUV, Minivan or MPV, is suitable for broadband communication and various emergency situations too.
Vehicle Mount SNG Antenna Systems feature:
Aluminum/Fiber glass (Carbon ﬁber) construction
Offset antenna with feed options for C and Ku band
Auto- acquisition controllers
Light weight/Precise surface/High stiffness
Robust design for vehicle mounting
Compliant under operational wind conditions
Meet needs of mainstream satellite operating company.
Acquire any Ku and C band satellite within 2 minutes.
Matches various types of BUC
Multiple tracking way: Beacon, DVB carrier, reference star and modem signal
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