Sea Tel 2406 VSAT Antenna is a 60 cm Ku-Band maritime VSAT antenna for SCPC, broadband, or hybrid networks.

Sea Tel 2406 VSATVersatile connectivity

Sea Tel 2406 VSAT antenna system complies with the FCC's 04-286, WRC-03 resolution 902 and ETSI's latest EN 302 340 for ESV (Earth Stations on Vessels - Ku-band antenna), which is a remarkable achievement for a 60cm ring-focus maritime VSAT antenna.


Its size makes Sea Tel 2406 VSAT highly suitable for providing reliable connectivity for a wide variety of leisure and professional vessels including Inter-Coastal vessels, or for special projects that may require temporary connectivity in a fast and easily deployable package.


Small but tough

Although small, the Sea Tel 2406 VSAT antenna is built to Sea Tel's exacting standards for vibration, shock and EMC meaning you can rely on it to provide a stable link even in the extreme weather and rough seas.


Antenna efficiency is better than 70% across the transmit and receive bands so you can be confident in its ability to enable applications such as file and image transfer, video conferencing, e-mail, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), and database backup.


Feature rich and flexible

If you need an antenna that can provide reliability and availability of service, alongside straightforward installation, maintenance and operation but with a smaller footprint on board, then Sea Tel 2406 VSAT is for you.


It is compatible with a diverse range of modems, networks and service. It utilises the advanced 19" rack mount DAC 2202 Antenna Control Unit, which offers all ports and connections needed to set up and operate complex on board communication networks.


Cutting-edge technology

Cobham SATCOM antennas are designed and built to exacting standards. We develop and integrate innovative, cutting-edge technology to ensure high performance and reliability in the maritime arena, resulting in hardware that service providers and end-users can trust.


Take for instance, Sea Tel's 3-axis stabilization system used in Sea Tel 2406 VSAT. It isolates the antenna from the ship's motion no matter how extreme the weather and rough the seas. The antenna system responds to ship's movement at a rate as fast as 90 degrees per second ensuring accurate pointing and therefore a stable connection 24/7.


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