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If your fixed or mobile satellite terminal requires more antenna gain and must feature full hemisphere coverage, a SpaceCom tracking antenna can help you solve this problem.


Communication through satellites involves weak signals. All parts of an antenna system must be optimised for this application – like antenna gain, receiver noise figure, transmit power output and linearity, signal coding etc. With the antenna placed on a mobile platform - like a ship or a truck - further efforts are required to maintain communication when the ship or truck moves.

This is done by electrical motors controlled by the build-in sensors. In order to track a satellite while the antenna platform itself is moving, the antenna array moves around a number of axis.

All SpaceCom antennas have build-in tracking systems making them independent of outside systems - like ships gyro or master compass.

      My name is Louis P. Laferriere the Captain of the 171' Crab Catcher Processor Pro Surveyor. I want to tell the fleet how impressed I am with the new SpaceCom MSat Antenna we recently had installed by STS.
      The Pro Surveyor never had a signal of less then 40 from the time the vessel departed Seattle up thru the Inside Passage up to Dixon Entrance. We noticed typical signal strengths between 34 and 36 while transiting Southeast Alaska without any signal interruption of any kind.
      We had a solid and consistent signal and service through the Inside Passage, as well as the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea.
      During the 2003 King Crab season, while fishing just 90 miles from the Russian Far East Coast, the Pro Surveyor would encounter seas to 30 feet with heavy rain and snow. We were always able to communicate on our SpaceCom MSat Antenna System.
      I would highly recommend this antenna and MSat system as installed by STS -- it works for us.

              Louis P. Laferriere, Captain, Pro Surveyor


My name is James McDaniels and I am the Owner and captain of the 85' sportfishing vessel "Grande" located in San Diego, California. I want to tell the fishing and boating community how impressed I am about the new MSat system with SpaceCom Antenna.

One of the battles I have fought over recent years is the ability to have good and consistent reception on my satellite phone. I have tried a few different sat phones with service from different carriers and the only thing I have experienced is frustration with spotty service and dropped calls.

The Grande now has a signal strength in the high 30's to 40. We notice typical signal strengths between 34 and 36 while transiting Southern California and the Northern Baja Coast of Mexico without any signal interruption of any kind. Today I talked to another fishing vessel on the Hurricane Bank, over 1000 miles South of San Diego. I was able to have a perfectly clear conversation without a glitch thanks to our new equipment.

I would highly recommend this antenna, and MSat system as it works for us.

James McDaniels, owner/operator, F/V Grande


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