Model 9000 Tracking Receiver Model 9050 Drive Cabinet
Dependable, high-precision tracking High-performance antenna control system focusing on multi-motor-per-axis, full-motion antenna solutions. Supports monopulse tracking with a variety of feed configurations.
Efficient, intuitive GUI
Up to four Antenna Control Panels (ACP)
Setup Wizard for easy configuration
Ethernet SNMP or REST API remote interfaces
Single, dual-, and multi-motor configurations per axis
Up to 16 E-Stops
Final, Pre and Velocity limit inputs
Stow-pin interlocks and actuation
Auxiliary drive integration
Torque biasing of multi-motor applications
Support for synchronous AC, asynchronous AC, and brushless DC motor opitons
Monopulse tracking option
Rack or cabinet drive enclosures
L, C, S, Ku band beacon receivers available
CP/LP switching control
Pointing & Tracking
Position control to within 0.0005 degrees RMS error
Steptrack accuracy to within 10% RMS of -3dB beamwidth
Predictive Track accuracy to within 5% RMS of -3dB beamwidth
Monopulse tracking to within 3% RMS of -3dB beamwidth
Step Track Tracking algorithm performing periodic and or level triggered scans to peak up signal strength (requires beacon receiver).
Predictive Track Points the satellite dish using an orbital model created from previous AZ and EL step-track data (requires beacon receiver).
Monopulse Automatically acquires target, peak phase align and calibrate to begin tracking with monopulse tracking receiver. Transfers to predictive model or ephemeris tracking on loss of monopulse signal.
TLE (Two-Line Element) Model based pointing derived from NORAD two-line element sets.
IESS-412 ( Intelsat 11) Automated pointing of AZ and EL axes based on look angles derived from IESS-412 parameters.
TLE + Step Track Pointing algorithm based on TLE parameters with the addition of a velocity based step-track to provide the most accurate pointing possible from TLE data (requires beacon receiver).
IESS-412 + Step Track IESS-412 pointing algorithm with the addition of a velocity based step-track to provide accurate pointing (requires beacon receiver).
Manual Variable speed jog control for AZ and EL axes from ACP GUI.
Move to Look Angles Position to user-provided AZ, EL and Pol angles.
Move to Longitude Position to AZ and EL angles determined from the longitudinal orbital slot.