Flyaway Terminals

Lightweight construction and fast deployment

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About Flyaway Terminals

For lightweight construction and fast deployment, Requtech flyaway terminals are the premier satcom solution. All of our flyaway terminals incorporate light, durable components and are expertly designed for easy assembly, operation and maintenance. You can count on Requtech flyaway terminals to consistently deliver high-quality remote field communications to further your mission’s success.

The compact design of the flyaway terminals allows them to be transported in a cases or backpacks, making them ideal for use in a wide range of applications, including military operations, disaster relief, remote surveillance, and emergency response.

Flyaway terminals are an essential tool for organizations that require reliable, portable satellite communication in remote locations. They provide a fast, efficient, and cost-effective solution for maintaining connectivity and communication with remote assets and personnel.

The PICO75 is a 75 cm fully integrated manpack SATCOM terminal that is a cutting-edge communication solution, meticulously engineered for versatility and robust performance across X, Ku, and Ka-bands. This system boasts a comprehensive MIL-STD-810-compliant design and is also compliant with the requirements of ITU-R S.465 and the EUTELSAT ESOG120 standards.

It comes in both Manual and Autopoiting variations that offer operational flexibility. At the heart of the system lies the RAPU, the state-of-the-art Requtech Assisted Pointing Unit that contains the ACU, Beacon receiver, control, monitor, and sensor kit module with Mercury app for rapid satellite acquisition.

The PICO120 is a 1.2 m fully integrated flyaway SATCOM terminal and is a cutting-edge communication solution, meticulously engineered for versatility and robust performance across X, Ku, and Ka-bands. This system boasts a comprehensive MIL-STD-810-compliant design and is also compliant with the requirements of ITU-R S.465 and the EUTELSAT ESOG120 standards.

It comes in both Manual and Autopoiting variations that offer operational flexibility. At the heart of the system lies the RAPU, the state-of-the-art Requtech Assisted Pointing Unit that contains the ACU, Beacon receiver, control, monitor, and sensor kit module with Mercury app for rapid satellite acquisition.

Experience the next revolution in MEO SATCOM with Requtech, your trusted partner for the cutting-edge SES O3b mPOWER constellation.

The PICO120A is a multi-orbit autopointing terminal that takes portability and convenience to the next level. Crafted with state-of-the-art composite reflector technology and an incredibly strong feed arm, it effortlessly supports heavy BUCs for unmatched performance.

 

The PICO240 is a 2.4m fully integrated flyaway SATCOM terminal that is a cutting-edge communication solution, meticulously engineered for versatility and robust performance across X, Ku, and Ka-bands. This system boasts a comprehensive MIL-STD-810-compliant design and is also compliant with the requirements of ITU-R S.465 and the EUTELSAT ESOG120 standards.

It comes in both Manual and Autopoiting variations that offer operational flexibility. At the heart of the system lies the RAPU, the state-of-the-art Requtech Assisted Pointing Unit that contains the ACU, Beacon receiver, control, monitor, and sensor kit module with Mercury app for rapid satellite acquisition.

This 2.4m fully automated motorized troposcatter and line-of-sight (LOS) flyaway terminal is made of state of the art composite segmented light weight reflector and military grade pneumatic mast with a quadpod base for high stability.

The system comes complete with hand pump for easy deployment of the mast and extension to 3m to clear obstacles. The center-fed architecture reduces antenna signal blockage leading to increased antenna efficiency. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

A Flyaway Satellite Terminal is a portable and compact satellite communication system designed for rapid deployment in temporary or emergency situations. These terminals are easily transportable and can be set up quickly to establish satellite connectivity.

Flyaway terminals typically consist of a compact antenna, a feed system, and a supporting structure. They are designed for ease of assembly and disassembly, allowing users to quickly deploy the terminal and establish a satellite link by aligning the antenna with the satellite signal.

Flyaway terminals are commonly used in emergency response situations, broadcasting, military field operations, remote project sites, and any scenario where rapid deployment of satellite communication is required.

Flyaway terminals are highly portable. They are designed to be lightweight and can be packed into compact cases, making them easy to transport by air, land, or sea. This portability is a key feature, allowing for quick setup in various locations.

Yes, flyaway terminals are designed with user-friendliness in mind. They often feature simple and intuitive interfaces, and many models come with automated pointing systems to streamline the setup process. Our PICO series comes in the sizes of 75, 120 and 240cm with both manual and autopointing versions and are fully integrated terminals that are easily assembled without tools. 

Absolutely. Flyaway terminals support a wide range of communication needs, including voice, data, and video transmission. They can be used for telecommunication, video conferencing, internet connectivity, and more.

Flyaway terminals are ideal for emergency situations due to their rapid deployability. They enable first responders and relief organizations to quickly establish vital communication links in areas where traditional infrastructure may be compromised or non-existent.

Yes, many flyaway terminals are designed to operate in harsh environmental conditions.  Our flyaway terminals are all made with carbon fiber and are ruggedized to withstand extreme temperatures, high winds, and other challenging weather scenarios.

Yes, flyaway terminals are designed to be compatible with various satellite networks. Users can choose terminals that support the satellite frequency bands and protocols that align with their specific communication requirements. The PICO series supports X,Ku and Ka band frequencies as well a SES MEO version. 

Yes, integration is typically straightforward. Flyaway terminals are designed to be compatible with standard communication protocols, and they can be easily integrated into existing networks with proper configuration. Consulting with professionals is recommended for seamless integration.

 
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