Satmodo works with the leading satellite network providers (Iridium, Inmarsat, & Globalstar) to bring you the highest quality satellite service & equipment. We specialize in global satellite phone & data services for marine, land, and aviation applications. We have all of the accessories for your equipment too, so you are always able to adapt to your environment and stay connected to the rest of your team. We are committed to delivering reliable communications connectivity anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Whether you are fishing, hiking, or hunting we have got your communications covered! Our satellite equipment provides voice & text capabilities, with options to include a data connection and/or tracking services. If you have a concern for disaster preparedness, or work with FEMA, the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, US Forest Service, etc… we have what you need with Iridium Voice, Iridium Push-to-Talk, Iridium Certus, Inmarsat BGAN, & VSAT satellite services. Marine customers will benefit from our wide array of products like Iridium Certus terminal (VesseLINK), Iridium GO! WiFi Hotspot, Inmarsat Fleet One, and Inmarsat FleetBroadband 150, 250, & 500 terminals.
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Exploring all the nooks and crannies of our beautiful world can be one of the most freeing and enjoyable experiences there is deep sea fishing, off road racing, and sailing are just a few of the ways we can experience the outdoors by getting away from it all. Though this is where some of the truest beauty lies,it’s very often disconnected to the rest of the world.
Ku-band is best known for its use in satellite broadcast communications. Not to be confused with Ka-band, Ku-band (which stands for Kurz under) falls in the middle in terms of frequency, utilizing the approximate range of 12-18GHz of radio frequency. This results in bandwidth in the mid-range. So, how does this affect someone utilizing Ku-band to broadcast?
I think we can all remember a time as kids sneaking around the house with siblings or the neighborhood with friends talking to each other on walkie-talkies. It made us feel official and our parents liked them because it was something to keep us busy and out of their hair for a bit. Fast forward, and those fun walkie-talkies of our youth have led way to useful,