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Satcube to launch Satcube Motion a new terminal for on-the-move satellite communications

Satcube announces it will launch a brand new mobility terminal for on-the move satellite communications. 

Full details will be available at the Satcube stand #2543 at Satellite 2024 in  Washington D.C., from March 18th to 21st, where Satcube will launch the new on-the move terminal, Satcube Motion. 

New on-the-move terminal 

Satcube Motion will be the smallest and most advanced GEO mobility terminal on  the market. The terminal will be easily mountable on any vehicle, thanks to its light weight and small size, and will run on all car battery types. It will be operated through  a PC or mobile, enabling anyone to use it easily without any need for prior training.  

Robustness & intuitive design 

The Satcube Motion follows in the track of its predecessor, the design award winning Satcube Ku and will combine highly intuitive design and robustness. With  its low profile, ruggedness – including IP 67 certification – and secure design, the terminal is ideal for mission-critical operations, even in the most severe conditions. 

Global and secure connectivity 

With constant performance over all scan angles, the terminal will have global  coverage, powered by Intelsat’s GEO network FlexMove. The Satcube Motion will also  function independently of GNSS signals, making it the ideal PACE solution for  critical communications. 

“We are thrilled to reveal our new terminal. The Satcube Motion reflects all our core values of innovation, reliability, and user-centricity and we cannot wait to see how it will improve our users’ communication capabilities and enable them to focus on their key missions.” says Jakob Kallmer, Satcube’s founder and CEO.  

Key specifications: 

  • Dimensions: 15 kgs; 50x50x25 cm / 33 lbs; 19.7x19.7x9.8 inches

  • Data rate: up to 20/20 Mbps via HTS 

  • Coverage area: Elevation 15 to 90°; Azimuth 0 to 360° 

  • Ku-band: Rx 10.95 - 12.75 GHz; Tx 13.75 - 14.5 GHz 

  • IP 67 certified 

The Satcube Motion will be available for initial delivery from fall 2024.

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