Alpha2 Jumbo Antenna
Ku-band high-tech OTM phased array antenna
Alpha2 Jumbo Antenna
Ku-band high-tech OTM phased array antenna

Alpha2 Jumbo Antenna

Ku-band high-tech OTM phased array antenna

The Alpha2 Jumbo ESA antenna is an antenna with high efficiency characteristics that can be effectively used in vehicles or ships on GEO satellites with improved reception performance with OTM capabilities.


In the case of ship antennas, maximization of reception capability is very necessary rather than transmission capability.
The Alpha2 Jumbo antenna has an electronic beam steering satellite antenna suitable for fixed satellites of GEO as well as LEO.

Compact antenna and

can be used on the go

Alpha2 weighs 26 kg and can be used as a man-packed stationary or OTM, and can be used on the move to the emergency communication network with a compact antenna.

It is a low-height, small-sized antenna that can be changed into various shapes.


Excellent network connection for

communication on the go

With the development of 5G communication networks, customers want to be provided with communication networks anytime, anywhere. OTM functionality boasts superior network connectivity that allows for on-the-go communication in vehicles, ships, and aircraft.


Safe service

in mechanical failure

Future customers can support faster satellite connections of more than 100° per second and more stable communication through electron beam scanning. Safe service can be provided even in mechanical failures such as mechanical motors and BUC.

The Alpha2 Jumbo ESA antenna is an antenna with high efficiency characteristics that can be effectively used in vehicles or ships on GEO satellites with improved reception performance with OTM capabilities.


In the case of ship antennas, maximization of reception capability is very necessary rather than transmission capability.
The Alpha2 Jumbo antenna has an electronic beam steering satellite antenna suitable for fixed satellites of GEO as well as LEO.

Compact antenna and

can be used on the go


Alpha2 weighs 26 kg and can be used as a man-packed stationary or OTM, and can be used on the move to the emergency communication network with a compact antenna.

It is a low-height, small-sized antenna that can be changed into various shapes.

Excellent network connection for

communication on the go


With the development of 5G communication networks, customers want to be provided with communication networks anytime, anywhere. OTM functionality boasts superior network connectivity that allows for on-the-go communication in vehicles, ships, and aircraft.

Safe service 

in mechanical failure


Future customers can support faster satellite connections of more than 100° per second and more stable communication through electron beam scanning. Safe service can be provided even in mechanical failures such as mechanical motors and BUC.

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Basic information

•  Model : Alpha2 Jumbo (GU440)

•  Frequency Range : Extend Ku Band

•  Operation Range : TX: 13.70 ~ 14.50GHz

                                     RX: 10.70 ~ 12.75GHz

Basic performance

•  EIRP (typical) : Linear Pol: ≥49dBW@0º@14.1GHz

                              Circular Pol: ≥47dBW@0º@14.1GHz

•  G/T(typical) : 14.5dB/K@0º@11.7GHz@80K

•  Vehicle : Open AMIP Support

•  Marine : Open AMIP Support

Scanning information

•  Scanning Range : Azimuth : 0° ~ 360° , Elevation 20° ~ 90° 

•  Polarization : Linear H/V or LHCP/RHCP Pol 

•  Cross Polarization : ≤30dB

•  Pol Switching Time : <0.5ms

•  Beam Switching Time : ≤0.3ms

Operating performance

•  Initial dynamic satellite acquisition :  ≤3 min

•  Rated Voltage : 28V(19V ~ 32V)

•  Weight : ≤30kg
•  Product Size : 1450mm x 600mm x 70mm 

•  Operation Temperature : -40℃ ~ +60℃

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Basic information

Basic performance

•  Model : Alpha2 Jumbo (GU440)

•  Frequency Range : Extend Ku Band

•  Operation Range : TX: 13.70 ~ 14.50GHz

                                     RX: 10.70 ~ 12.75GHz

•  EIRP (typical) : Linear Pol: ≥49dBW@0º@14.1GHz

                              Circular Pol: ≥47dBW@0º@14.1GHz

•  G/T(typical) : 14.5dB/K@0º@11.7GHz@80K

•  Vehicle  : Open AMIP Support

•  Marine  : Open AMIP Support


Scanning information

Operating performance

•  Scanning Range : Azimuth : 0° ~ 360° , Elevation 20° ~ 90° 

•  Polarization : Linear H/V or LHCP/RHCP Pol 

•  Cross Polarization : ≤30dB 

•  Pol Switching Time : <0.5ms

•  Beam Switching Time : ≤0.3ms



•  Initial dynamic satellite acquisition : ≤3 min

•  Rated Voltage : 28V(19V ~ 32V)

•  Weight : ≤30kg

•  Product Size : 1450mm x 600mm x 70mm 

•  Operation Temperature : -40℃ ~ +60℃





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[14067] RM704 25, Simin-daero 248beon-gil, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea

TEL 1544-9874 

FAX 050-5070-8238

e-mail sales@globalkonet.com

BUSINESS LICENSE 587-81-00302

Personal information manager : Gusun Jung ksjeong@globalkonet.com

We have created a awesome theme Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.Far far away, behind the word mountains, Man must explore, and this is exploration at its greatest. Problems look mighty small from 150 miles up. I believe every human has a finite number of heartbeats. I don't intend to waste any of mine. Science has not yet mastered prophecy.