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ISat LTD has worked all over the EMEA region.

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Mar 18th, 2014 at 12:55pm  
iSat has worked all over the EMEA region.

Trading and delivering/installing throughout the EMEA region, including and not limited to Angola, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Gaza, and Dubai.

Meeting the performance, safety and documentation required by UK and other NATO government networks, satellite operators, and large corporate networks.

Full mesh, TDM/TDMA to SCPC satellite network topologies, AND the IP networks† optimised for phone, data, or video transmission.

Sourcing and providing a high quality COTS solution to highly specialist RF areas and delivering real value compared to alternatives.

Major projects in the past have included the monitor and control and supply of 40 x 3.8 earth stations into Angola; over 100 banks connected by satellite in Nigeria; 32 sites connected by satellite into the Darfur region of Sudan for the African Union.

With our track record and ambitions for growth, we are continuing to develop new terminals for new product life cycles by working closely with customers to exactly match their aspirations, and work in partnership with the market to help deliver exciting new applications through satellite technology.

Revenues for the companies specialist range of products for government is gathering momentum, showing unrivalled value for money to government in these times of austerity.

http://www.isatnetworks.com/about-us

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Reply #1 - Jan 23rd, 2014 at 3:47pm  
In 2009, ARABSAT awarded 12 backhauling earth stations for delivery throughout the middle east and north east Africa.

The solution was selected for transparency in providing reputable components and for robustly designing the assemblies for lifetime use in challenging environments with minimal maintenance.
The challenge was to provide VSAT transmitting in Appendix 30B frequency.
- The transmit frequency was minimum 13.00 GHz
- The receive frequency was maximum 12.75 GHz

The normal transmit reject filter was inadequate because it passes signals up to 12.75 Ė which includes large amounts of spurious noise from the transmit band because itís only 250 MHz away. (Normally, the Ku transmit at 14GHz is 1.25MHz away from receive band meaning the spurious level at the TRF receive pass band does not affect LNB composite receive power limits). iSatís design of the RF transmit filter carefully balanced insertion loss and attenuation to maintain a good receive signal without compromising EIRP.

Competition for the contract was fierce, with many well known leading companies bidding. Further differentiation was offered by providing turnkey delivery service DDP to site (including clearing customs); installation, training and commissioning, for a full turnkey contract.
The contract included the 12 receiving signals at the earth stations at JMC.
Throughout the contract, good communication smoothed the inevitable hick-ups through numerous customs border posts. The most notable delivery was to Gaza through the tunnels.
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Reply #2 - Jun 10th, 2014 at 3:52am  
Topics joined together.

Please avoid creating multiple topics solely for advertisement/visibility purposes.
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Reply #3 - Feb 24th, 2015 at 12:23pm  
Thank you Maxim.

I would also like to inform everyone that iSat has moved to the Cody Technology Park.

iSat Limited
Building A2/122,
Cody Technology Park,
Buccaneer Road,
Farnborough, Hampshire
GU14 0LX

Kind Regards

David Beck.
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