Norsat International launches the WAYFARER series of high performance, durable satellite antennas fo
Norsat International Inc., a provider of unique and customized communication solutions for remote and challenging applications, today announced the launch of four new satellite antennas for the Commercial satellite market. The WAYFARER series includes two ultra-portable commercial fly-away satellite terminals, an easy-to-deploy commercial drive-away antenna system and a commercial fixed terminal solution. Products in this series are ideal for a variety of commercial applications including broadcast, oil and gas, mining, forestry, emergency response and remote enterprises.
Know and trusted for rugged military-grade terminals, together with decades of LNB and BUC product development track record, Norsat has applied its expertise to bring you this new offering of high-performance and reliable commercial products. The WAYFARER series includes antennas that are both manual and auto-acquire and in multiple reflector sizes.
Key features of the WAYFARER Commercial fly-away antenna systems:
Light-weight, rugged carbon fiber 1.2m or 1.8m reflector
Auto-acquire or manual models available
Variety of RF options available
Key features of the WAYFARER Commercial drive-away antenna system:
Solid, low weight and low height reflector mount (38 cm/15”)
Sturdy 1.2m or 1.8 m composite reflectors
Easy one-button auto acquire
Key features of the WAYFARER Commercial fixed satellite terminal:
Fast, simple installation
1.2m or 1.8 m composite reflectors
Mast and non-penetrating mount options
Dr. Amiee Chan, President and CEO of Norsat, stated, “We are thrilled to bring to market these new high performance commercial satellite terminals. Norsat’s expertise in providing best-in-class solutions for the military and maritime market will be carried over to the new WAYFARER series. We look forward to serving all of our worldwide customers with an even broader platform of innovative products to meet their stringent requirements for remote and challenging communications.”