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Hanwha Phasor to Release Flat-Panel Satellite Antenna

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The Phasor L3300B. Credit: Hanwha Phasor

Ibadan, 22 March 2024. – Hanwha Phasor, a UK-based satellite communications company, has announced it will release its land antenna for mobile communications, the Phasor L3300B, to the market in Q3 of 2024. The Phasor L3300B is an active electronically steered antenna (AESA) which has been developed for commercial and military use.

This announcement marks the first time that Hanwha Phasor’s land antenna solution will be available for commercial and defence use, offering users uninterrupted communications regardless of the environment. This is a result of dual simultaneous receive channels, meaning the antenna can form connections with new satellites before breaking its current connection.

With conflict in mainland Europe and the Middle East and a growing number of natural disasters each year – the necessity for uninterrupted communications has never been more pressing. Hanwha Phasor’s new product consequently aims to fill this gap. The product provides high levels of connection, operating in Ku-Band, and is able to connect to both Geostationary Satellites (GEO) as well as the Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) constellations. Furthermore, it is compliant with OneWeb and developed to be compatible with leading providers.

The flat-panel design, weighing only 30kg with a 150mm thickness, makes the Phasor L3300B antenna an ideal option of choice for Armed Forces personnel and first responders operating in contested and high-intensity environments.

Michael Young, Vice President of Business Development at Hanwha Phasor, said, “The launch of the Phasor L3300B is a key milestone for Hanwha Phasor, and I am incredibly proud of the work that our team has put in to develop, what I believe to be, the best solution on the market. We look forward to discussing the Phasor L3300B capabilities with our current and future customers who want to ensure their operators’ safety through uninterrupted communications.”

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