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looking for antennas suppliers

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Jan 11th, 2010 at 1:34pm  
we would like to import 1.2m ku-band tx/rx dishes.
Could you come back to us ?
We are located in Libreville, GABON.
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Reply #1 - Jan 11th, 2010 at 3:54pm  
Dear Sir,

We sell VSAT antennas @

$150 for 1.2m Ku-BAND Tx/Rx
$659 for 1.8m Ku-BAND Tx/Rx
$1,500 for 2.4m Ku-BAND Tx/Rx

We can send you a sample.

Price Above FOB India

Please send me quantities to Sales@netvsat.net
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Reply #2 - Feb 2nd, 2010 at 11:47am  
Buy  anywhere else but avoid  

XXXXX XXXXXXXX group .. They will mess you up

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To anyone buying equipment.  

If it is unusually cheap be particularly cautious.  Check that you are dealing with the true owner and not some intermediate agent.  Check condition of the equipment and suitablity for your application before paying any money.  VSAT antennas must meet strict off axis sidelobe emission limits, which means having the correct feed horn and reflector surface tolerance.  Modems may be software locked so they can only be used with the original service provider.  Modems and BUCs (particularly 5 watt C band) may be stolen.  

Ideally, deal with the actual manufacturer.

I delete information and the names of suspect dubious companies from this web site - but there is no guarantee one way or the other.

Best regards, Eric.
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