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1.35m Integrated Terminal


The new 1.35m Flexible Integrated Terminal (FIT) offers a small package with big gain. This flexible, user-defined terminal platform has a 12-petal reflector and an integral tripod for a small pack-up in two IATA-compliant checkable cases. The manual-point version of this antenna can be operated manually or upgraded to motorized operation with auto-acquisition. The terminals operate in X, Ku and Ka-band with new bayonet-style feeds and feed kits for quick RF changes. The terminals have a built-in tuner and beacon receiver, are scalable with 75cm, 98cm and 1.35m reflectors, and flexible with modem, BUC and LNB options and an AvL ARSTRAT-compliant ODU. The motorized auto-acquire models operate with the AvL AAQ antenna controller, which has an optional module with a spectrum display. Manually operated terminals point with new manual point assist software, which will be on display at SATELLITE.

Key features:
  • Ultra-lightweight - packs into two IATA compliant cases for checked baggage
  • Assembles in 5 minutes
  • 1.35m axi-symmetric carbon fiber reflector
  • Standard 2-port Ku-band precision feed (standard cross-pol comp.)
  • Quick-change feed and RF kit
  • All-in-one positioner system with integrated stabilizer legs
  • Manual operation
  • ODU/modem integration
  • BUC/LNB integration

Options include:
  • AvL SatCAP proprietary computer assisted pointing tool
  • Motorized operation and auto-acquisition with AvL AAQ Auto-Acquire Antenna Control System
  • 2-port Ku-band mode-match feed (LP) (enhanced cross-pol comp.)
  • 2-port Ka-band commercial (CP or LP)
  • 2-port Ka-band MIL feed (CP or LP) (WGS)
  • 2-port Ka-band wideband feed (CP) (WGS and commercial)
  • 2-port X-band MIL feed (CP) (WGS) with optional Rx/Tx reject filter kit


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