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4W with HN7000s ?

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Aug 9th, 2009 at 9:29am  
can we integrate HN modem with 4W based on HN7740S or even HN7000s
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Reply #1 - Aug 9th, 2009 at 12:09pm  
Hughes recommendations for the HN7700S series
Ku-band 1w or 2w
C-band 2w
Ka-band 1w, 2w, or 3.5w
Spec sheet on the 7740 doesn't mention radios, but it stands to reason they'd be the same for both modems.

A point to consider, is that I've personally never seen a 7000 series power adapter rated higher than 80 watts AC. And that one's listed as supporting only the 2w TIGRIS transmitter. Therefore a 4w BUC would probably have to be self-powered, which then creates the potential for power level control issues between modem and transmitter

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Reply #2 - Aug 9th, 2009 at 12:35pm  
correct me if I am wrong; itís not a recommendation for HN7000s or even HN7740s to use 1W or 2W. its a must, We cannot integrate any other BUCs with the HN series. even in case we got 2W from NJR as an example it will not work. am I right?

is there any arrangement should be done before using higher BUCs than 2W from other supplier?
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Reply #3 - Aug 9th, 2009 at 7:49pm  
If you provide me with a bonafide email address, I'll send to you the Hughes documentation from which I derived the above power adapter vs modem information

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Reply #4 - Aug 10th, 2009 at 8:19am  
please find below the email: abdoulla.elgazzar@alkancit.com

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Reply #5 - Aug 10th, 2009 at 12:56pm  
email with attachments sent

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Reply #6 - Oct 1st, 2009 at 10:35am  
Could you also send me the document at: nmuttai@commcarrier.com
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Reply #7 - Oct 1st, 2009 at 12:52pm  
Hi BW here

You cant integrate any 7000 to my knowledge without using teh Hughes 2 watt Radio, w ehave a HX200 that works with all BUcs but you would need to susbcribe to our service , if you need to know more you can contact us

Anthony@bentleywalker.com
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Reply #8 - Oct 1st, 2009 at 1:05pm  
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Could you also send me the document at: nmuttai@commcarrier.com

Copies of two emails previously sent to Alkan CIT are now on the way to that address

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