Adding a new dimension to antenna diagnostics
Offering convenience and accuracy
Creating Test Results for a more Efficient SATCOM Industry
The SATCOM industry is growing and so is radio frequency interference (RFI). Most RFI arises from poorly performing or badly installed antennas and can cause connection failures and lowered bandwidth. Currently, antennas are tested in conventional test ranges prior e.g. network deployment in order to prevent these malfunctions. However, this procedure is expensive, time- consuming, and a logistical challenge. QuadSAT introduces a UAS based system to offer location- independent antenna testing. It is an innovative solution that allow for increased test measurements in the SATCOM and RADAR industries.
The Future of Antenna Testing is Location Independent
QuadSAT introduces an airborne antenna and tracking testing system. With the solutions, antennas can be tested anytime and anywhere. The solution can perform a broad range of testing missions to suit your needs, whether it is out in the field for operational antennas or in the testing phase for new antennas.
The QuadSAT system can be used anytime and anywhere.
Save time when testing antennas and tracking solutions
Save money by reducing logistics and test time.
With a QuadSAT system, tests are performed where and when needed reducing operational expenditure.
QuadSAT facilitates R&D programs and reduces time to market.
Data is gathered in situ, with the benefit of minimising maintenance time and costs meanwhile enhancing reliability and overall performance.
Initially serving the satellite communication industry, today QuadSAT is looking at a number of different industries.
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Find out what QuadSAT can do for you
QuadSAT is a Danish company founded in 2017 that supplies drone-based antenna testing and tracking solutions to the satellite, defense, wireless and broadcast markets. QuadSAT’s system combines advanced drone technology with a custom RF pointing payload. As a compact system, it is transported directly to site and when launched as a mission it will provide customers with insitu testing capabilities, resulting in a cost-effective, operationally flexible, and timesaving solution.