Ultra VSat Terminals Approved for Use on High-throughput Satellites

Using Avanti Communications’ high throughput beams, trials across Ultra’s line of terminals have shown throughputs in excess of 150Mbps in the Forward and Return routes By DA Reporter / 16 Jul 2021

Ultra’s range of advanced portable and flyaway satellite terminals, designed to meet the security requirements of government and military satellite communications (SATCOM), have been accredited for operations on Avanti Communications’ fleet of high-throughput satellites. 

Avanti’s high-capacity Ka-spectrum satellites provide fixed beams covering the EMEA region and steerable beams spanning from the Americas to Asia. 

Combining this capability with Ultra’s range of terminals, specially designed to operate in harsh environments, means that end users will have continuous access to reliable communications regardless of where they are operating.

Using Avanti’s high throughput beams, trials across Ultra’s line of terminals have shown throughputs in excess of 150Mbps in the Forward and Return routes. This capability means government customers now have the ability to provide headquarters-levels of capacity through a terminal that can fit on their back. 

The efficiency of these terminals, coupled with the high capacity of Avanti’s high throughput steerable beams, will allow government customers to deploy multiple terminals operating simultaneously on one of Avanti’s steerable beams – all delivering in excess of 100Mbps per terminal.

“Avanti’s high throughput satellites deliver high levels of capacity making them ideally suited to maximise the benefit of small terminals,” Donald Walker, Director of Government Sales at Avanti Communications commented.

“Utilising Ultra’s ULV-45, MicroVSat and Fa100 terminals, users can achieve connectivity levels far in excess of that available on conventional satellite networks. We’re delighted that together we can deliver the capacity and reliability that early entry forces and first responders need.”

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