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IPsky2e and Gilat 360 in Africa ?

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Adam
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Sep 2nd, 2005 at 5:21pm  
Have just had a look at the IPsky2e diagrams on the globaltt.com website.  The indoor modem unit looks very like my Gilat 360e used for satellite broadband in UK.  

Does anyone know if they are the same unit and could my 360e be used to receive satellite broadband in Africa?

If they are the same then what about the odu's - what are the specs for the offset etc?

Has anyone tried?

All the best.

Adam
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Reply #1 - Sep 11th, 2005 at 10:19pm  
Please enquire of sales@globaltt.com

Tell them also:

What size dish you have, what model and serial numbers for the LNB and BUC.   If you know the local oscillator frequency of the LNB that might be helpful.

Where in Africa you wish to operate?.  Review the maps on page http://www.satsig.net/ivsat-africa.htm

Best regards Eric.
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Reply #2 - Aug 23rd, 2006 at 2:44pm  
it can only be used in africa, if the firmware is not less than 9.3.3 and always written at the back of the modem
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