Lesa Blade Ku AIR
Airborne satcom antenna
The Ku band air terminal is a low-profile, fully electronically steerable antenna (ESA) with no moving parts. Designed for in-flight connectivity, the terminal enables short acquisition time, and allows for high dynamic tracking enabling best performance.
The Ku version includes a TX panel, RX panel, and an antenna management unit (AMU), allowing flexible installation options for different airborne applications.
Supports Multi-Orbit, Multi constellation architectures, enabling switching from GEO to LEO instantly, in flight.
Multi orbit constellations
A simple and intuitive solution that provides multi-orbit SATCOM services, with the ability to blend and transfer network traffic seamlessly between high-capacity LEO (in KU only), MEO (in Ka only), and GEO satellite constellations
All in one solution
Integrated terminals include everything needed for operation: modem, Antenna Control Unit (AMU), tracking sensors, downconverter, and a full RF front end.
No moving parts
Since there are no moving parts, calibration is not required therefore providing long-term reliability and lower maintenance costs.
Short transition time
Extremely short transition time. The significance of fiber-like connectivity is a major step forward for high-data-rate applications requiring communications mobility.
worldwide satellite networks
Easy set-up and operation
The easy installation and integration of the terminals, allows operators to complete the process without the need for time-consuming and costly visits of technicians