VSAT

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VSAT – General Description
A VSAT is an RF Modem/Terminal and antenna system which allows the user (Client) to communicate with the centralized Hub (Server) via a satellite link Consists of the following Hardware:

Ku antenna, typically 0.75 to 1.20m Outdoor Unit (ODU) containing the RF electronics Inter-Facility Link (IFL) coaxial cables connecting the outdoor unit to the indoor unit Indoor Unit (IDU) Terminal, containing a modulator, demodulator and baseband processing electronics

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VSAT Basic Features
Two serial Ports

Up to six with expansion card

One 10 BaseT Ethernet Port Simultaneous, Multi-protocol support Support for Data, Voice & Video Three expansion ports available Low power consumption DC Power version available

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Front View VSAT Components of VSAT IDU

Outdoor Unit (ODU)

Indoor Unit (IDU)

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Front View of VSAT IDU VSAT VSATSub-Components andIDU ODU View of VSAT IDU Components
Reflector Feedhorn OMT LNB

BUC

Mount Bracket

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VSAT IDU
Front View

LCD Display, 1 line 16 characters

TRANSMIT: Each time burst sent inbound ON LINE: When 2-Way link established POWER: When power available

Push-button Forward Push-button Backward

RCVR LOCK: When L-Band receiver locks to carrier from hub

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VSAT IDU (Model 180 TG)
Rear View
Expansion Slots USB Port

100- 220VAC Fan Power Switch (On/Off)

RF In (To LNB)

DIP switch Serial Port 1 * Serial Port 2 LAN Port/ Link LED RF Out (To HPC)

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