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L-bandEPIRB system - 1.6 Ghz
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Inmarsat owns and operates the world's best global portfolio of satellite networks, specifically designed for customer mobility, and holds a multi-layered, global spectrum portfolio, covering L-band, Ka-band and S-band, enabling unparalleled breadth and diversity in the solutions it provides.
Iridium Certus is the world's newest and most advanced L-band broadband solution, offering small-form-factor, cost-effective terminals and truly global coverage.
The partnership enables Es'hailSat to provide voice and data services using L-band in Qatar and surrounding areas, and add to the existing products and services in Ku- and Ka-bands currently on Es'hail-1.
The frequencies used for measurements are 1200 MHz for L-band and 4200 MHz for C-band, respectively.
SpeedCast's global VSAT network -- which is managed through the company's global infrastructure of state-of-the-art teleports, hubs and IP-connectivity links to ensure the best quality and experience for its customers -- features more than 90 satellite beams consisting of global C-band, L-band, and Ku-band coverage from more than 70 satellites located in every region around the world.
A front panel SSMC connector accepts L-Band signals between 925 MHz and 2175 MHz, typically from an L-Band antenna or an LNB (low noise block).
This interchangeable format enables customers to plug-n-play satellite connectivity utilising the ORBCOMM VHF network and/or the Inmarsat L-band network without the need to redesign their M2M solutions.
* Terminals used for Ku-band, L-band, and C-band communication, as well as the recently deployed HTS
Operating in L-band ensures the highest availability of service allowing aircraft to fly over urban, mountain and jungle environments, at low altitudes, in cloud cover and in dense rain.
"The ecosystem for Supplemental Downlink (SDL) in 1452-1492MHz (L-band) has matured with the development of the appropriate regulatory framework, the technical standardisation and the expected availability of commercial equipment by 2015.
The vendor also is releasing an L-band driver amplifier that displays solid gain performance of 47 dB while delivering competitive gain flatness of 1.5 dB.
ETL has also unveiled the 128x128 high density Vulcan matrix which is designed for larger satellite teleports and is ideal for distribution of high volumes of L-band signals in broadcast or government locations.