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Read an article in MILSAT MAGAZINE. "Taking Bandwidth to new places: Resourceful Radomes" by David Walton, Vice President, Walton De-Ice.
"Battlefield tactical teams, mobile command posts and special operations units can have requirements for high bandwidth SATCOMS and use vehicle-mounted, VSAT, and handheld systems that need to be available in remote and harsh environments. These kinds of land SATCOM terminals can be subject to extreme weather conditions including snow, heavy rain and moisture, ice, wind and sandstorms, and intense heat."
Read full article here: http://www.milsatmagazine.com/story.php?number=1057339275
The world's leading designer and manufacturer of satellite earth station antenna (ESA) weather protection solutions, announces that it now offers the Walton Portable Radome for protecting live sports satellite uplink antennas from extreme weather conditions. The Walton Portable Radome can protect transportable, trailer and flyaway antennas from high winds, sandstorms, intense heat, snow and ice.
"We are excited to showcase at IBC 2019 our new transportable solution for live uplinks in snowy, icy, and extreme conditions -- the world's first Portable Radome," says David Walton, Vice President of Walton De-Ice.
"Lightweight and airline-shippable for rapid deployment, with easy setup in less than an hour by one person, it goes where no radome has gone before to help live broadcast remotes stay on air. Whether it is for snow at a Winter Olympics, burning sun and dust storms at a Dakar Rally, or heavy winds at a football venue, the Portable Radome protects both your on-air signals and your satellite equipment from damage," he added.
Using a fabric cover that is virtually RF-transparent over a similarly RF-friendly structure, the Portable Radome protects satellite antennas from the elements and winds up to 85 miles per hour. Walton also announced today that the company has re-designed its Portable Radome for Low Earth Orbit and Medium Earth Orbit (LEO/MEO) satellite earth station applications, enabling expanded full satellite-arc line-of-sight protection for ground antennas such as LEO gateways and MEO terminals that take advantage of low-latency, high-throughput and next-gen satellite constellations.
During IBC 2019 in Amsterdam, September 13-17, 2019, W.B. Walton Enterprises ("Walton De-Ice") will be showcasing its latest solutions at Stand 1.A62
"AMSTERDAM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IBC 2019 Amsterdam — Walton De-Ice ( http://www.de-ice.com), the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of satellite earth station antenna (ESA) weather protection solutions, announced that a leading global sports media entity has purchased multiple Walton Plenum Hot-Air De-Icing systems and heated Snow Shield antenna covers. The Walton De-Ice systems have been installed in order to protect incoming and outgoing satellite signals from effects of snow and ice at one of the world’s largest and most technologically advanced TV production facilities."
Read full article here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190909005237/en
Read an article in SatMagazine. "Focus: W.B.Walton—New ground segment developments"
By Dan Freyer, Managing Partner, AdWavez Marketing LLC
"The first release of Walton’s Portable Radome is designed to protect temporary, “driveaway” and coms on-the-pause (COTP) satellite terminals in the sub 4-meter class. (See Figure 4). It can also be used for permanent installations.
The Portable Radome allows an enclosed satellite Earth station antenna to continue service during extreme weather conditions, such as sand, wind and rain storms. The Portable Radome first release is built for Ku- or Ka-Band antennas up to 2 meters in diameter. It supports operation during 70 mph (112 kph) winds and 85 mph (136 kph) survival conditions."
Read article here: http://www.satmagazine.com/story.php?number=1651499972
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