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Questions concerning Patriot Antenna 1.2 Fly Away Systems

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Jul 7th, 2015 at 12:50am  
Hello,
I have been directed here to gather some information in regards to several Patriot 1.2 Fly Away set ups I have recently acquired.
My wife and I are a procurement and liquidation service and we have acquired approx. 15 complete Patriot 1.2 Fly Away systems all in their ATA DynaCase cases.
ID plates on the equipment show manufactured in '06 and '07.
I believe all to be manual, non motorized units.

Along with these, there were also 13 Birdog DDSI signal locaters and 15 SAT 9520 Applied Instruments.

Our questions are....

What is current per unit value of these?
What is current level of interest or demand for these?
Who should I contact that would provide the highest interest in them?

Thank you in advance for any and all assistance provided.
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Eric Johnston
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Reply #1 - Jul 7th, 2015 at 10:13am  
It is worth talking with:

Satellite Broadband Communications
mailto:sales@satbbc.com
P:954.283.9335 F:866.214.0197 M:561.400.6356
1930 NW 18th Street- Bay 11 - Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Quickly deployable VSAT systems are of value to the military and emergency support sectors. However antennas alone are not sufficient. Feed systems, transmit-receive modules, cables and indoor modems are needed as well, plus an association with compatible teleport hub equipment and satellite beam coverage area. Your best hope might be to sell the equipment to an integrator/service provider.

I suggest you put details of the equipment in the "Hub and VSAT satellite equipment for sale and wanted" section of this forum. Please include pictures of the antennas and boxes, and details of the feed systems included (if any).

Best regards, Eric.

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Reply #2 - Jul 8th, 2015 at 3:59pm  
Thank you Eric!
We have contacted Neil and Sean at Satbbc and are currently working with them for possible new home for the systems.
Thanks again.
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