B-band Antenna Tracking

What is Broadband Antenna Tracking?

Broadband Antenna Tracking (or an Antenna Tracking System) is a method of auto-alignment for either Point to Point (PTP) or Point to Multipoint (PMP) moving constantly, periodically or sporadically. Broadband Antenna Tracking is commonly used to connect an oil rig to a supporting ship, provide a ferry with a data connection, connect a fast moving boat to a main vessel or connect a land-based vehicle back to a static control base.

Distances, Throughputs and Frequencies of Broadband Antenna Tracking

Distances, throughputs & frequencies are the same as standard Point to Point & Multipoint because the Antenna Tracking emulates a stationary wireless connection whilst in movement. With PTP Antenna Tracking, speeds of up to 2Gbps and distances of up to 50km can be achieved in 5.4, 5.8, 10 – 38GHz (not 60-80GHz). With PMP Antenna Tracking, speeds of up to 100Mbps per sector and up to 5km distances can be achieved in 5.4 or 5.8GHz.

Purdicom can plan Broadband Antenna Tracking giving you and your customer a rich analysis of the speeds & distances achievable the desired location.