Ka-Band Covrage

4 Spot Beams Covering Sudan

Ka-band frequency spectrum (26.5-40GHz) for satellite communication is the basis for a new generation of services on High Throughput Satellites (HTS), which use a spot beam configuration to deliver more bandwidth throughout the coverage area. The spot beam architecture in Ka-band satellites creates overlapping coverage, which has introduced the very real possibility to use smaller antennas on board while still maintaining a strong link. The KA band is more susceptible to rain attenuation than is the C band due to It was true that Ka-band frequencies were slightly more susceptible to rain fade than some other frequencies, but engineering experts have been perfecting the mitigation technologies to ensure a good signal with minimal rain fade.

C-Band Covrage

C-band Downlink footprint

The C-band frequency range (4GHz-8GHz) has been a cornerstone of satellite communications for decades. C-band satellite antennas are used frequently in areas of the world where signals can become degraded due to heavy rain or other intense climate-related conditions. C-band satellite antennas range in size from 1.8 meters to 2.4 meters. C-band satellite communications suffer less from rain attenuation, but they require larger antennas and typically are used in Asia, Africa and Latin America

Our Footprints

Sudasat has direct relationships with the largest global satellite companies, such as ARABSAT and INTELSAT, SES, DrySAT and VoIPSAT since it is considered the best for information transmission (voice, video, and data) from the remote stations to the headquarters operating center of any telecommunications company via the high-performing S2 / s-DVB linking channels, for a wider transmission range, serving the Middle EAST and North Africa.