Ka-Band SATCOM Antenna System

SKU: MPT 30WGX

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The MPT 30WGX from Orbit Communication Systems is a Ka-Band SATCOM Antenna that operates from 19.2 to 31 GHz. It has a Tx Frequency of 29-30 GHz (Band 1) / 30-31 GHz (Band 2), Rx Frequency of 19.2-20.2 GHz (Band 1) / 20.2-21.2 GHz (Band 2). It requires a DC supply of 28 V and has a mass of 10 Kg. This antenna is fully integrated with airborne modems, electronics, and software. It complies with industry regulations and standards including ITU, FCC, ETSI, Inmarsat Global Xpress, WGS ready, and RTCA/DO-160G. The antenna has an elevation over azimuth pedestal type with an Azimuth range of Continuous 360º and an elevation range of 5º to 90º. It has a power consumption of 175 W and a pointing accuracy of ≤ 0.2. This antenna is ideal for mission aircraft, business jets, rotary-wing platforms, transport aircraft, vertical take-off & landing (VTOL), UAVs, military, and VSAT communication applications.

Product Specifications

Product Details

  • Part Number
    MPT 30WGX
  • Manufacturer
    Orbit Communication Systems
  • Description
    Ka-Band SATCOM Antenna System

General Parameters

  • Segment
    Ground
  • Type
    Parabolic Reflector
  • Polarization
    Circular
  • Deployment
    Airborne
  • Band
    Ka Band
  • Frequency
    19.2 to 31 GHz
  • Tx Frequency
    29 - 30 GHz (Band1) / 30 - 31 GHz (Band2)
  • Rx Frequency
    19.2 - 20.2 GHz (Band1) / 20.2 - 21.2 GHz (Band2)
  • Axial Ratio
    1 dB
  • Beamwidth
    Azimuth: Continuous 360º, Elevation: 0º to 90º
  • Supply Voltage
    28 V
  • Weight
    10 Kg / 22 lbs
  • Diameter
    30 cm / 12”
  • Operating Temperature
    -55 to 70 Degree C
  • Application
    Mission Aircraft, Business jets, Rotary-wing platforms, Transport aircraft, Vertical Take-Off & Landing (VTOL), UAVs, Military, VSAT
  • Note
    Power Consumption: 175 W, EIRP: 52 dBW

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