Based on the field-proven technology of the FASTSAT Approved antennas, the parabolic dish and the feed have been redesigned using state-of-the-art computer simulation software used in aerospace missions. Available in Ku band, Ka band or X band configuration.
The end result is a full carbon-fiber solution weighting less than 55 kg, with the easiest installation on the market, with no need for a crane.
The lightweight construction gives exceptional tracking agility, reduced stress on belts and motors for maximum operational life and minimum maintenance.
Carbon-fiber construction is immune to salt, oxidization, thermal excursions and humidity.
Thanks to its rigid construction properties and fast tracking algorithms, the antenna has remarkable tracking performances under heavy sea and ship vibrations.
The BB100 will be employed in heavy-duty Oil&Gas Offshore Operation Support Vessels (OSV) building on the success of the BB90 MKII, now running in more than 150 installations worldwide.
The parabolic dish is also carbon-fiber with a patent-pending metallic coating process, com-bining the advantages of both materials: lightweight and immune to thermal and mechanical deformations but with a smooth and conductive surface.
The feed has been specially designed using deep-space probes technology, with internal corrugations, for best-in-class impedance matching and controlled radiation pattern.
The combined result is a top-performing ADE dish with high efficiency, tracking precision and very low side lobes, compliant to the highest demanding standards as required by ANATEL, INTELSAT and EUTELSAT.
Fast tracking and acquisition performances, even without external gyrocompass. The antenna combines lock information coming from the internal tuner, the satellite modem and the AGC level.
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