Cobham Explorer 3075GX Portable VSAT System

Regular Price $36,000.00 Special Price $35,911.00
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SKU
COB-407164A-00550

This Cobham EXPLORER manual point Fly-Away system is lightweight, rugged and highly portable, configured specifically for operation on the Inmarsat Global Xpress® (GX) ka-band network. The terminal includes a fully integrated iDirect Core Module. Their user friendly design allows operators with little satellite experience to access GX services within minutes.

Description

Cobham Explorer 3075GX

This Manual Fly-Away system provides users with a lightweight, ruggedized, and modular mobile terminal capable of Ku- and Kaband operation. Its ease of use allows for operators with minimal satellite experience to access any broadband application within minutes

Versatile system

EXPLORER 3075 is Eutelsat Type Approved for KA-SAT. By simply switching the feed assembly and modem, EXPLORER 3075 can be transformed into an Inmarsat GX terminal. The tripod, the manual panning head and the reflector panels are shared components

Reliable EXPLORER

EXPLORER 3075 is developed completely in-house by Cobham SATCOM. It features genuine EXPLORER design, which is already established and proven with Cobham SATCOM’s highly regarded EXPLORER BGAN and VSAT terminals. Its unique design and system versatility ensures high-quality connectivity, which means you can count on EXPLORER 3075 to provide you with vital communication whatever the conditions.

System Features

- Modular design allows easily field-changeable feed/RF chain to access Inmarsat GX
- Multiple bands and G/T & EIRP levels
- 4-Piece Carbon Fiber Reflector
- 0.75m Axis-Symmetric Reflector
- Rugged and lightweight (<23 lbs / 10.4 kg)
- Single Case Configuration, Airline Checkable
- Eutelsat Type Approved for KA-SAT
- Fast assembly and easy pointing
- Lightweight Tripod and Panning Head

Markets

- Military
- Homeland Security
- Emergency Response
- Law Enforcement
- Media: Live Streaming Video, TV Broadcasting
- Telemedicine: Critical Medical Information Transmission
- Mobile Insurance Claims & Settlements
- Remote Office Communications
- Energy and Mining

More Information
Part Number 407164A-00550
Features

- Modular design allows easily field-changeable feed/RF chain to Ku-band or Inmarsat GX

- Multiple bands and G/T & EIRP levels

- 4-Piece Carbon Fiber Reflector

- 0.75m Axis-Symmetric Reflector

- Rugged and lightweight (<23 lbs / 10.4 kg)

- Single Case Configuration, Airline Checkable

- Available in Ku-band and Ka-band

- Fast assembly and easy pointing

- Lightweight Tripod and Panning Head

Specs

Antenna Characteristics

Feed

2 Port Linear

Frequency (GHz)

Rx: 19.2 - 20.2

Tx: 29 - 30

Gain (dBi 0.2)

Rx: 41.0

Tx: 44.5

Cross Pol Isolation (CP) / Axial Ratio (AR) (dB)

Rx: 1.5 (AR)

Tx: 1.0 (AR)

Polarization

Rx: LHCP

Tx: RHCP

G/T - Comm @ 30 EL. Midband (dB/ K)

17.3

System EIRP (dBW)

51.5

Standard BUC options (Watts)

5

Environmental

Wind (operational)

40km/h (25 mph) (not achored) 48 km/h (30 mph), gusts up to, 72 km/h (45 mph) (anchored)

Temperature

Operational: -25' to +55' C (-13' to +131' F)

Survival: -40' to +80' C (-40 to +176'F)

Rain

<100 mm/hr

Humidity

0 to 100% (condensing)

Reflector

Size

0.75 mCarbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP)

Optics

Axis-Symmetric Stepped Ring Focus

Construction

Multi-Segment, Multi-band shaped parabolic

Mechanical

Axis Drive System

2-Axis Positioner (manual point), polarization adjustment for Ku-Band

Mount Geometry

Elevation over Azimuth

Travel

Azimuth: ±14° Fine-Tuning

Elevation: 0° to 90°

Weights & Measures

Terminal

10.4 kg (<23 lbs) with 3W eTRIA

Packaging

Case, airline checkable (IATA-compliant)

Case weight and shipping dimensions: 79.5 L x 51.8 W x 31 H cm (31,3” x 20,4” x 12,2”) <23 kg (<51 lbs)

Network Inmarsat GX
Brand Cobham
Brochures N/A
Downloads N/A
Airtime Rates

- $500 Activation and Commissioning Fee due at service inception. 

- 12 Month Service Commitment

Coverage Map

Coverage Area
North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia