Air Satellite Communication - ORBIT CS

Airborne Satellite Communication

Commercial, government, and defense organizations are leveraging advancements in satellite technology to deliver cost-effective broadband communications services to aircrafts operating at very high speeds.

These organizations require stabilized VSAT solutions with the bandwidth capacity and high performance to deliver voice, video, and high-speed data services to and from flying platforms anywhere around the globe.

Beyond throughput and coverage, these systems must be highly flexible to meet the operational and maintenance requirements of fixed wing or rotary wing aircrafts.

ORBIT’s Stabilized VSAT Solution for Airborne Platforms

ORBIT offers a set of innovative airborne stabilized VSAT antenna systems, providing quality broadband communication via satellite to various airborne platforms. This versatile solution meets mission and business-critical applications such as audio, video, data and internet.

ORBIT’s stabilized VSAT solution is available with multiple antenna sizes and profiles for easy installation on a wide range of airborne platforms such as mission aircraft, commercial airliners, business jets and helicopters.
Utilizing ORBIT’s industry-leading SatCom technology, these solutions feature outstanding RF performance and dynamic response under virtually any operating environment while supporting Ku, Ka and X bands.

With more than 1500 deployed terminals worldwide, ORBIT’s VSAT solutions are being used by aircraft manufacturers, military users, leading airborne integrators and communications service providers.

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Key Advantages

  • 20 years’ experience in developing and deploying stabilized VSAT solutions
  • Supporting Ku, Ka, and X Bands with auto-band switch capabilities
  • Multiple deployment options: 36cm or 60cm circular antenna; 25cm low profile antenna
  • Complies with stringent RTCA-DO-160 and/or MIL-STD-810 regulations
  • Customized solution available with other antenna diameters, BUC sizes, and radomes