The provision of Internet, telephone and videoconferencing facilities for medical trains provides a great opportunity for providing medical care to residents of remote stations.
ASTEL company provides satellite Internet connection services for connecting trains based on Gilat Satellite Networks technology, which allows the transmission of data, voice and video, both stationary and in motion.
The E-7000 high-performance mobile transceiver satellite antenna, used to equip trains with Internet, is compatible with any standard external Ku-band transmitters.
Size of external block 130 (170 including transmitter) x 130 x 30 cm
Weight of external block 50 kg (only antenna, no transmitter)
Size of internal block 1U 19"
Weight of external block 6 kg
Linear polarization (with automatic adjustment)
Quality of reception (G/T) 13,0 dB/°K
EIRP lines up 52 dBW
Cross-polarization > 25 dB
Input range of IF (transmission) 950 - 1450 MHz
Output range of IF
(reception) 950 - 1450 MHz
- 12-24 V - direct current
- 110-220 V - alternating current (antenna)
Continuous power consumption 250 W (antenna) + 10 W (internal unit)
Range of seat angles 0°- 90° (automatic adjustment)
Range of azimuth angles 360° (continuous automatic adjustment)
Tracking speed on azimuth 150°/s
Range of polarization angles from -180° to +180° (automatic adjustment)
Primary guidance and capture of the satellite < 12 s, automatically by the satellite's radio beacon or manually according to data from the built-in database
Re-pointing to satellite <5 s (when leaving the visibility zone for < 20 min)
Accuracy of azimuth tracking - 0,2° at 60°/s, 360°/s2
Accuracy of tracking by angle of location - 0.9° at 45°/s, 180°/s2
Transmission - WR75
Reception - TNC
Working temperature -40°C to +70°C
Relative humidity up to 95%
Speed up to 350 km/h
Advantages of connection using E-7000 antennas:
Easy and fast installation
Additional built-in terminal including antenna, BUC and modem