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Jun 6th, 2010 at 5:42pm  
The HX VSAT terminal arrived in three packages.  The large square box contained the 1.2m antenna reflector, the long slim box contained the feed support arm and two support struts and the feed horn.   The cube shaped box contained the 3 axis antenna positioner and the Hughes HX50 modem and the outdoor 2 watt Ku band radio assembly.



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Eric Johnston
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Reply #1 - Jun 6th, 2010 at 9:35pm  
The above text describes how my HX terminal arrived, in three cardboard boxes, in October 2007.  

Ref: HX VSAT delivery and installation

I can't guarantee that orders now being shipped are in the exactly the same three packages.  There is also the consideration of the inclusion (or not) of a mounting pole (for use in concrete) or a non penetrating angle-iron mount or a bent-pole mount for screwing to concrete surface.

Best regards, Eric
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