Various members of the iNetVu auto-acquire products, from the company’s growing line of antennas, are on show.
Among them is the iNetVu FLY-75V, a flyaway antenna with a 75cm dish that C-COM said is highly portable. Self-pointing and featuring auto-acquire, it is designed for Eutelsat KA-SAT NewsSpotter and ViaSat Exede services.
It is configurable with the iNetVu 7710 Controller, providing satellite acquisition within minutes (a one button, auto-pointing controller is claimed to be able to acquire a Ka band satellite within two minutes) and can be assembled in 10 minutes by one person.
Also being demonstrated is the iNetVu MP-80, an 80cm manpack, which the company says is its lightest flyaway antenna designed to date. It is available with the SatAssist 1000 Pointing Tool.
Additionally, the iNetVu Ka-98G 3-axis system, designed for Avanti, Telenor, iDirect and Gilat service, is on show. The iNetVu iNmotion Ka antenna – which C-COM said was the first Ka band COMM-on-the-MOVE commercial grade flat panel antenna – is designed for the Eutelsat KA-SAT NewsSpotter and ViaSat Excede services, and is available for outdoor demonstrations.