Ka band analog phase shifters for antennas on military and commercial aircraft introduced by Arralis

LIMERICK, Ireland –LIMERICK, Ireland Arralis Ltd. in Limerick, Ireland, is introducing RF and microwave Ka band analog phase shifters for electronically steerable low-profile antennas for military and commercial aircraft.

Sep 13th, 2018
By Intelligent Aerospace staff
By Intelligent Aerospace staff

LIMERICK, Ireland –LIMERICK, Ireland Arralis Ltd. in Limerick, Ireland, is introducing RF and microwave Ka band analog phase shifters for electronically steerable low-profile antennas for military and commercial aircraft.

The Arralis compact lightweight and aerodynamic Ka band phased array antennas need no stabilization, are 400 percent smaller than their Ku band counterparts, and are made with airliners, business jets, military aircraft, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in mind.

The innovative antenna will open aircraft markets to high data rates and low latency satellite communications. The high throughput satellite (HTS) communications, of as fast as 2 gigabits per second, provide wideband video streaming and full-motion video capabilities.

The capability is suited to tracking fast-moving low-Earth-orbit (LEO) satellites continuously where the analog phase variation allows continuous electronic beam steering. Multiple simultaneous satellite tracking is possible.

This antenna is a simple, reliable, flat-beam-steering, and continuous tracking antenna for military and commercial aircraft. For more information contact Arralis online at https://arralis.com.

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