Sea Tel 4009 VSAT Maritime VSAT Antenna
Sea Tel 4009 VSAT integrates the latest innovative antenna technology to deliver high performance and flexibility.
Sea Tel 4009 VSAT Broadband-at-Sea System
Innovation for performance
Sea Tel 4009 VSAT antenna is an innovative Ku-band marine stabilized antenna system incorporating the latest technology in optimal reflector performance and vertical isolation characteristics.
It’s innovation positions it as one of the best RF performing Ku-band antennas available to ships and offshore vessels, so you can count on availability of passenger, crew and operational access to email, web browsing, data transfer, VPN, videoconferencing and technical IP applications.
Reliability in design has been the driving force behind development of the Sea Tel 4009 VSAT antenna. It is designed and approved to withstand the most demanding sea conditions imaginable.
You can be confident in a stable connection when making important calls from the bridge, sending emails to family and friends or enhancing vessel and fleet efficiency using advanced online monitoring tools.
Feature rich and flexible
Sea Tel 4009 VSAT features versatile mounting configurations for BUC and transceiver options whilst an unmatched range of powerhouse features results in straightforward installation, maintenance and operation.
Sea Tel 4009 VSAT is compatible with a diverse range of modems, networks and service. It utilises the advanced 19″ rack mount DAC 2202 Antenna Control Unit, which offers all ports and connections needed to set up and operate complex on board communication networks.
Cobham SATCOM antennas are designed and built to exacting standards. We develop and integrate innovative, cutting-edge technology to ensure high performance and reliability in the maritime arena, resulting in hardware that service providers and end-users can trust.
Take for instance, Sea Tel’s 3-axis stabilization system used in Sea Tel 4009 VSAT. It isolates the antenna from the ship’s motion no matter how extreme the weather and rough the seas. The antenna system responds to ship’s movement at a rate as fast as 90 degrees per second ensuring accurate pointing and therefore a stable connection 24/7.