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SkyLEO Intellian OW70L Satellite Dish Kit

The SkyLEO Intellian OW70L Satellite Dish Kit is a land-based user terminal for Eutelsat OneWeb's Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellation. It consists of dual 3 axis stabilized pedestals with 73 cm parabolic antennas providing 12.2 dB/K G/T performance. By allowing seamless and undisrupted connectivity for LEO handovers, this user terminal gives customers in remote and challenging environments access to a cost effective and enhanced user experience otherwise inaccessible to them.

Radome Dimension 

84.5 cm x77 cm (33.3 x 30.3 inches) 

Reflector Diameter 

73 cm (28.7 inches) 



Providing global coverage (including both poles) Eutelsat OneWeb’s 648 satellite constellation will provide fibre-like high speed, low latency connectivity to remote customers where terrestrial fibre connections are not possible. The SkyLEO Intellian OW70L Satellite Dish Kit operates in Ku Band for minimum rain fade and is able to deliver unmatchable high-throughput, low-latency connectivity. Designed with cost-effectiveness in mind, the OW70L is lightweight and designed for easy installation. With only a single cable needed to provide data and power between indoor and outdoor units, installation time is significantly reduced. Eutelsat OneWeb is the only LEO constellation committing to 100% coverage of the Pacific region, ensuring access to affordable and reliable broadband services. The technology behind our OW70L dual parabolic antennas integrates complex satellite communications technology into a simple UT specifically designed to meet the needs of many different sectors including small, medium and large enterprises. The OW70L is able to provide fast-speed, low-latency and high-capacity connectivity. The Intellian OW70L provides seamless, undisrupted connectivity through a primary-secondary dual dome solution for consistent connection with LEO satellite handovers. The proven tracking performance can be achieved by precise technology which makes the secondary antenna track a rising satellite before the primary antenna loses a falling satellite.  


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