Military teams and First responders rarely get the chance to choose where their services will be needed. Many times deployment comes with uncertainty about unknown communications infrastructure. Traditional cellular and satellite signals are frequently relied upon for backhaul access to the Internet, and agency VPN connections. Cellular access requires regionally operational towers. Satellite access requires line of sight view to the satellite orbiting over the earths equator. However, what happens when cellular towers are down, and/or satellite signal is blocked by terrain or buildings?
In response, 308 SYSTEMS developed the SATPAK – a wireless system for relaying cellular or satellite Internet signal into a traditionally inaccessible area such as a mountain valley, urban canyon, or tunnel. The SATPAK can also be configured to project an existing Internet signal up to 3 miles over to satellite teams who are deployed without Internet access.
Custom engineered to your specific requirements, you now can confidently deploy to any location and be assured of backhaul communication access. For example, you can deploy to the middle of an urban area with failed communications infrastructure. Simply position the self-contained SATPAK receive antenna and satellite terminal on the top of a regional building, acquire the satellite or cellular signal and beam it down to your basecamp operations at street level. In another application, the SATPAK can also send existing basecamp satellite or cellular signal up to 3 miles over to auxiliary teams who do not have a backhaul communications capability.
Simply put, the 308 SYSTEMS SATPAK enables your agency operations in any situation where backhaul communications were previously inaccessible. You are now free to operate efficiently and effectively, having lost the shackles of poor or non-existent backhaul communications.