Ovzon launches its new mobile satellite terminal, the Ovzon T7. This lightweight terminal is specifically designed for military, civil defence, police and emergency services and, in various tests, has already exceeded customer requirements and product specifications in terms of performance, mobility and resistance, according to the company. .
The Ovzon T7 is designed for environments where minimal size, weight and power are needed without sacrificing performance. This ultra-small, rugged terminal weighs just 2.8 kilograms and measures 17 square centimeters. The Ovzon T7 is easily used by an untrained user and works with any common AC or DC power source. The Ovzon T7 gives users the ability to send and receive data at very high speeds or configure the terminal to avoid detection in challenging environments.
This new terminal has transmitted 10 Mbps and received 60 Mbps on current Ovzon networks. When the Ovzon 3 satellite becomes available, these numbers are expected to increase dramatically, enhancing the already impressive capabilities of the mobile satellite terminal.
It will also take full advantage of the “close buddy” capabilities provided by Ovzon 3’s onboard processor for continuous operations in a contested environment. These features include direct communication between Ovzon T7 terminals when gateways are unavailable, communication below the noise level, obfuscation of traffic patterns, frequency hopping, and enhanced communications in complex environments, even through aircraft rotors. , planes and unmanned vehicles in the air, on the ground and in the water.
“We are excited to further enhance our customers’ ability to perform critical missions in the most challenging environments . In an era of growing geopolitical instability and environmental crisis, the innovation, delivery and integration of the Ovzon T7 terminal and the Ovzon 3 class of satellites into our SATCOM-as-a-Service solution will provide unprecedented levels of performance, mobility and resilience.” , has pointed out Per Norén, CEO of Ovzon.