Ku-band earth station, Computer Networking

Ku-BAND EARTH STATION

This is most recent on-going project under which 40 remote sites will be installed for CDMA back haul and 60 sites will be installed for GSM back haul. 4 channel voice V-Sat will be installed in 550 different remote sites which will also be having data capability of 28.8 Kbps. Remote site will work on Ku band having1.2 m antenna for voice and data and 1.8 m antenna for GSM and CDMA back haul. Hub and remote equipments are from GILAT networks (ISREAL).

 

 

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Posted Date: 9/7/2012 7:08:11 AM | Location : United States







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