ThinKom satellite antennas qualified on Intelsat Flex networks

August 31, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
ThinKom satellite antennas qualified on Intelsat Flex networks
ThinSat® 300 vehicle-mounted phased arrays based on patented VICTS technology deliver reliable high-throughput satellite communications-on-the-move.

ThinKom Solutions as announced that its land-mobile ThinSat 300® phased-array antenna has been qualified for use on Intelsat’s FlexMove for Government satellite network. The qualification was awarded following an extensive battery of over-the-air tests conducted at Intelsat’s Mountainside Teleport in Maryland with Intelsat General. As a result, the ThinSat 300 is now fully authorized for use with Intelsat’s FlexMove service packages.

Intelsat’s FlexMove next-generation tiered service offerings are built around a high-performing multi-layered Ku-band satellite fleet centered on the Intelsat high-throughput Epic satellites combined with the world’s largest wide-beam satellite constellation to create a global service area. Bandwidth is dynamically prioritized across different satellite beams automatically to meet demand.

Based on ThinKom’s patented VICTS (Variable Inclination Continuous Transverse Stub) technology, the field-proven ThinSat 300 phased array is a low-profile, lightweight vehicle-mounted antenna that provides high-quality voice, data and video communications-on-the-move (COTM). It supports robust IP networks, streaming video and voice-over-IP applications on- or off-road at high rates of speed without stopping the vehicle to deploy a fixed satellite dish or waiting for a blockage recovery.

Since the ThinSat 300’s introduction to the market more than 10 years ago, hundreds of the COTM phased arrays have been deployed around the world for government, emergency response and broadcasting applications, providing continuous connectivity in regions where terrestrial cellular networks are limited or nonexistent.

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ThinKom’s ThinSat 300, now qualified for COTM on Intelsat FlexMove for Government network.

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