Demand for small, powerful terminals to surge: Mazen Nassar, Mena Nets

by Staff Reporter | January 30th, 2013 | 1 Comment

Mazen Nassar, Mena Nets

Dubai-based systems integrator and distributor of satellite equipment, Mena Nets, will showcase the ThinKom flat panel antenna at CABSAT 2013.

The company will also showcase satcom-on-the-move antennas such as the ThinSat 300 that reportedly mounts discreetly on the roof top of a compact vehicle

Mazen Nassar, CEO, stated: “The ThinKom flat panel antenna offers a smaller, lighter and less costly mobile terminal that can replace the traditional fly away and manpack antenna. “

He added: “More Ka-band additions to the geostationary belt are planned from Es’ShailSat, TurkSat and others.  This expands onto the existing Ka platforms provided on YahSat, Avanti’s Hylas I,II and EutelSat’s KaSat.

“In addition, there is the EPIC platform from Intelsat, the expected launch of O3b and other technological developments.  I believe that these offerings coupled with a growing demand for mobile communications and smaller, more powerful terminals will be the future growth trend.”

In addition to the ThinKom flat panel antenna, the company will showcase satcom-on-the-move antennas such as the ThinSat 300 that reportedly mounts discreetly even on the roof top of a compact vehicle.

Hall 1, Stand 104

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