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SALE: GATR 1.8m inflatable Satellite antenna system Ku band VSAT

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Jul 2nd, 2020 at 1:33pm  
I've been sent some pictures of the various items that comprise this GATR antenna system for sale.  Below each image I have tried to identify what the items are.  If you need clarification please  email me eric@satsig.net and I will pass the message on to the present owner.

See images below:
CISCO ASA 5505 Adaptive Security Appliance
Cisco Small Business SG 100-16 16 port Gigabit switch
Cisco Small Business SG 100-16 16 port Gigabit switch (rear view of a second unit ?)
Side view of box ?. Cooling vent and fan. Blue front panel ?
Two telephones

Antenna compression bag and antenna stage
Sand bags and literature
Hold down plates, 2x 2x Power Supply

Inflatable bag

Power supply Input 90-260V AC or 11.5-36V DC.  Output 24VDC 600W

Three Ku band receive LNBs
3W Ku band transmit BUC 13050 MHz LO freq.
Transmit reject filter/OMT Feed assembly with precision polarisation scale.
Four feed assembly support legs.
16W Ku band transmit BUC
White block with connectors : Upconverter perhaps ?

Unknown items - box and cylindrical device possibly. Maybe same as image three below.

Cisco software disks and GATR manuals

Assorted cables
USB to serial adaptor
Cable interconnectors
Metal box with ventilation slots

LED driver AC in 24V out
Unknown cylindrical device

Norsat LNB 1107HA 11.7-12.2 GHz PLL 10.75 +/- 10kHz.
Unknown LNB

Ku band 3W BUC NJT5116F   LO 13050 MHz

16W Ku band BUC Wavestream 48V

300W power supply Wavestream AC in, 48V out

LED driver
Large modem - possibly iDirect modem registered to FEMA hub gateway

Inflatable antenna

Finally, I wondered what a GATR antennas looked like when deployed.  Here is the result of a Google image search for GATR antennas:

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