VSAT Solutions

A VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) is a two-way satellite ground station with antennas from 1.2 metres. VSAT systems provide high speed, broadband satellite communications for internet or private network communications in Australia and New Zealand.

The dedicated channel of one to one contention ratio is ideal for uses such as large file transfers, video transmissions, emergency backup communications and remote Internet connectivity. It supports shared (TDMA) or dedicated (SCPC) bandwidth at variable speeds from 64 kbps up to 10 Mbps. VSAT is available for use on fixed, transportable and on-the-move locations.

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    Dedicated bandwidth to suit your needs.

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    Fixed costs based on bandwidth not usage.

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    Real time two-way data for command and control.

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    Online service management

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    Australia-wide coverage.

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    Full IP up to 10Mbps

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    Single or multi point transmissions.

VSAT - Dedicated Bandwidth for a Fixed Cost

How it works:


VSAT - Coverage

Pivotel uses the two-way satellite technology of the Optus Satellite Network to provide a range of IP networking speeds to almost any fixed VSAT location in Australia and New Zealand.