TTI has received earth station approval on its SOTM-KU08A antenna terminal from the leading provider of satellite communications Hispasat. This approval confirms that the equipment meets the providers’ operating performance requirements, making it easier for our customers to purchase and use the SOTM-KU08A with no need for individual verification. The earth station approval reference given by Hispasat is HIS-ET-96250-01519-TTI.
TTI has just launched a low profile Satcom On The Move (SOTM) Antenna system for X band broadband communications, supporting on the move video, voice and data applications. It integrates wide band passive radiation structures, full RF-transceiver with GaN-based power amplifier, two axis motorised mechanical system, switchable polarization and pointing-tracking system in a compact size and low weight.
TTI offers GaN-based BUCs solutions in a wide range of output powers with high linear power, low phase noise, and low power consumption. GaN-based BUCs are available in X and Ku band, and include forward and reflected power detection.
TTI will be exhibiting at SATELLITE 2013 (www.satellitetoday.com) on stand #3132. SATELLITE 2013 will take place from 19-21 March 2013 in Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The SATELLITE 2013 Exhibition will feature more than 350 market leading companies showcasing the latest products, services and applications for satellite-enabled communications. TTI will be presenting world-class Ka band portfolio in solid state technology (BUCs and SSPAs)
TTI will be exhibiting at CABSAT (www.cabsat.com) on stand E4-22 . CABSAT will take place in Dubai World Trade Centre from 12 -14 March 2013. CABSAT is the established and respected trade platform for the digital media and satellite sectors across the Middle East, Africa, and Southern Asian regions. TTI will be presenting world-class Ka band portfolio in solid state technology (BUCs
The LEXNET (http://www.lexnet-project.eu) project addresses key factors of human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) induced by wireless telecommunication networks and “low exposure” technologies. The wireless communication systems that are nowadays intensively used have induced fears to the general population about possible health impact. To date no adverse health effect has been established but recently the International Agency for Research on
TTI has recently updated the Ka band product line, including optional linearisers in BUCs and SSPAs in order to improve their efficiency. TTI has already available BUC and SSPA solutions up to 120W. More information…