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Bruk Getachew: VSAT Ground Support in Ethiopia

Site survey, install, commissioning and maintenance of VSATs in Ethiopia and other African countries.

This is a VSAT Ground Support and consultancy services based in Ethiopia (Addis Ababa) and covering the region.

Services that I provide are listed below:

  • Site survey for VSAT varies sizes , with RFI kit, Spectrum analyzer and all necessary tools.

  • Installation and commissioning both for NPM and penetrating Mount- VSAT varies sizes.

  • Field maintenance and Preventive maintenance for the above services.

  • I am fully equipped with all necessary test and measuring equipments.

Profiles in Brief:

  • Used representing MCI (US telecom) for 5 years for Eastern Africa region.

  • I have done more than 30 VSATs installs, for the World Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, COMESA and EU in the whole of Africa (such as Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Cameroon, Chad, Djibouti, Botswana, Zambia, Rwanda and including Ethiopia.)

  • Worked on the Viasat, Hughes and iDirect IDU equipments, Cisco routers etc.

  • Trained on Linkway in USA.

  • GVF certified.

Contact details: Engineer Bruk Getachew  Email:

Phone + 251 911 796975
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

If you have any queries; please do not hesitate to contact him.

C band dish install for COMESA in Addis Ababa
C band VSAT installation in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Satellite dish installation for Standard Chartered Bank
Banking network: VSAT installation

VSAT communications link for World Bank in Kenya
VSAT antenna: Installed in Kenya

VSAT install for COMESA in ETHIOPI
C band Dish: Ethiopia

VSAT dish install for IGAD in Djibouti
VSAT installation in Djbouti

Text and images on this page kindly provided by Bruk Getachew.  This page is for information only and is not a paid-for advertisement.

Page created 31 Jan 2010, amended 10 July 2020.  ECJ