Winegard Introduces Custom Skids for Rugged VSAT Antennas

[Satellite TODAY 03-15-12] Satellite and terrestrial antenna solutions developer Winegard has made custom-designed VSAT antenna skids available for its customers, the company announced March 11.

   The skid-deployed VSAT antenna systems aim to speed up deployment and high-availability broadband connections in rugged environments. The skid acts as a protective barrier from damage, weather and other hazards and can operate in winds exceeding 50 mph and in temperatures of -40ËšF to 127ËšF.
   “Skid-deployed antennas are in increasing demand because they can easily be transported from site to site as needed; enabling IT managers to allocate bandwidth as changes in demand occurs,” Winegard Director of Engineering and Business Development Jon Manley said in a statement. “Our skid-deployed antennas do not require a skilled technician to set up and deploy, thus offering the lowest total cost of deployment.” 

How to Advance Communications in Transient Environments
Check out this related Event!

Energy companies who operate at sea and move frequently continue to struggle to have reliable, always-on communications systems. Historically, satellite…

Related Stories

Live chat by BoldChat