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Tuesday 17 October 2017  

Satellite systems: Thrane&Thrane Fleet 55

Satellite Inmarsat terminal: Thrane&Thrane Fleet 55

 

Constant dialog mode of excess to Internet.
Meets the last technical requirements to Inmarsat Fleet 55.
Excess to a net ISDN with a speed 64 KB/sec in area of zonal beams of Inmarsat.
Sound message about location in area of zonal beams of Inmarsat.
High quality voice transmitting in area of zonal beams of Inmarsat.
Mini- telephoning - global coverage of earth surface.
Easiness in installation thank to compact execution of antenna and transceiver.
Easiness and efficiency in terminal programming with a help of computer or phone tube.
Hub for vessel computer net.
Compact, reliable and economic terminal with comfortable interface.

Technical specifications:

Parameters, functionValues
Ranges of frequenciesTransmitter 1525,0 - 1559,0 MHz
Receiver - 1626.5 - 1660.5 Hz
Strip width during receive 1.25 kHz
Modulation during receive:
telephoning, fax5.6 KB/sec O-QPSK SCPC, 6 KB/sec BPSK TDM
data transmitting134.4 KB/sec 16 QAM SCPC
Modulation during transmitting:
telephoning, fax5.6 KB/sec O-QPSK SCPC, 3 KB/sec BPSK TDM
data transmitting134.4 KB/sec 16 QAM SCPC
Speech transmitting 4.8 KB/sec, : 64 KB/sec, broadcast
Admissible parameters of vessel move:
rolling+ 15
pitching+ 8
Temperature range From - 25 to 55 for superstructure equipment
From - 15 to 45 for under deck equipment
Power supply 24 VDC, 200 W
Dimensions:
Transmitter -303853.75 x 377 x 163.7 mm
Vessel antenna -3008FDiameter 570 mm, height 680 mm
Holder of phone tube -3622160 61 27 mm
Phone tube -3620F200 52 33 mm
Mass:
Transmitter -30382.6 kg
Vessel antenna -3008F18 kg
Holder of phone tube -36220.15 kg
Phone tube -3620F0,25 kg

A scope of delivery:

  • Transmitter
  • Marine stabilized antenna
  • Phone tube
  • Phone tube holder
  • Antenna cable
  • Interblock cables
  • Connectors for cable
  • Manuals on Russian and English
  • A set of mounting tools.

 

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