5G DOME ROUTER
Do you know that the DOME router system is very easy to self-install? All you need to do is run one network cable from the location of the dome to the ship’s network.
A network cable is very flexible and, as a result, easy to run.
The system can take either AC or DC power (that is usually available inside existing VSAT and TVRO domes).
Speaking of which – you have two options for installation: you can install the dome as a standalone solution, or you can also install a panel version of the system into one of your existing domes. You would then have 4 small panels (280 x 150 x 30 mm each) that you would attach to the inner sides of your dome. That dome would remain operational for its original purpose as well.
For example, M/Y Ragnar installed the dome system inside this dome:
You can take a look at a video of an installation done inside a VSAT dome here:
The dimensions of the panels: 275 x 145 x 31 mm each.
There are 4 per DOME system.
Mounted either vertically or horizontally near the dome’s base. Thus, they will not interfere with the VSAT dish/ BUC.
Control Router: 220x170x76mm (mounted flat in the dome’s base).
Cabling required: Ethernet to the ship’s firewall: Cat6A or Cat7 S/FTP. Has to be S/FTP (shielded).
Power: 160W peak load. DC 12V, 12A (3x4sqmm) or AC 100V..240V (3×1.5sqmm)
For installing Panel Version there should be at least 10cm clearance between the dish and the dome cover, to keep the dish fully operational.
4 x 4G/5G modems (LTE-A-Pro) with 3G fall back (based on Qualcomm Snapdragon X55)
(Power Class 2, max. TX power 0.4W)
MAXIMUM SPEED per modem:
Download: 2.0 Gbit/s per modem, 7xCA, max. Modulation 256QAM
Upload: 211 Mbit/s per modem, 2xCA, max. Modulation 256QAM