2006 – the adventure begins. Coming from several years of technical assistance for important European manufacturers of automatic pointing satellite antennas, we decide to build our product that meets the current market needs: therefore reliable, universal and with an interesting cost.
After an important and positive technical / commercial evaluation to understand the possibility of achieving the objectives set, the project began and in 2008 we started producing Mobilsat (2008/2015): automatic and manual pointing satellite antenna that can be used with any decoder, so simply salable throughout Europe. The cost objective was also fully achieved as it was offered for sale to about 50% of competitors while ensuring correct economic margins for the entire sales chain. The new product aroused so much interest that for the first two years of production we were unable to meet the requests from foreign markets.
How Are Automatic Pointing Satellite Antennas Structured?
Even mechanically, the product was designed to be extremely robust and precise, so much so that the Mobilweb version followed: an automatic pointing antenna dedicated to the professional broadcasting sector. So that it had the possibility of transmitting on one satellite (Eurobird 9 ° East) and at the same time receiving from a second satellite (Hotbird 13 ° East). In this way it was possible to carry out live broadcasts and at the same time receive the signal transmitted to the population. Another use of Mobilweb was the creation of satellite data networks, used by civil protection in disadvantaged places.
We have always shared the logic of simple operation, dedicated to the user who had to make the product work even without remembering anything or complex, for the more technical or professional user. So the possibility that with the press of a single key you could receive signals or specific menus where you can intervene in each parameter granted. Complete diagnostics are also provided on board in order to facilitate any after-sales technical assistance.
I-Sat For Small Vehicles
Year 2008. To meet the demands of the market and of truck drivers for a small, economical antenna, also dedicated to small vehicles and that could be quickly disassembled to be positioned out of the shadows, we designed I-Sat (2010 / 2014).
The project met the objectives and in addition to ease of use and assembly we applied innovations such as design and the transfer of data, signals and power supplies through a single coaxial cable.
Mobilsat: Our New Project Of Automatic Pointing Satellite Antennas
Year 2015. After years of glorious sales to follow the evolution of satellite transmission technologies through automatic pointing satellite antennas, we decide to completely redo the Mobilsat project. The new project of self-pointing satellite antennas will not only use new and efficient electronics and materials by optimizing the weights but will benefit from a unique design that is well recognized by the competition.
The new Mobilsat project (2015 / to date on the market and current) contains all this. In addition to using the new DVB-S2 transmission standards to perform automatic pointing of the automatic pointing satellite antennas, we have designed a small touch screen display so that many parameters can be managed. In addition to an intuitive graphical interface, we thus give the possibility to set the satellite search parameters both manually and automatically through the new “Smartscan” function and through a microsd card slot. In this way every product update is possible for everyone.
The Mechanics Of Our Satellite Antennas
The mechanics of our satellite antennas with automatic pointing are always very robust and irreversible ratios are used for the gearbox gears to avoid stress due to very strong winds and thus avoid causing mechanical play to the motors. A noteworthy topic also concerns the study of the materials used for the construction of all the bearing parts of the mechanical components.
After research and laboratory tests we have replaced the classic aluminum castings in favor of new composite materials of aeronautical derivation. We have thus obtained a lower weight, greater solidity and avoided the common fragility of components obtained from metal castings.