Sailor 900

Terminals designed for the maritime operations of tomorrow, Viasat, in collaboration with Cobham, is delivering the next generation of maritime antennas to support real-time communication needs. Our industry-first, electronically switchable, multi-band terminals are designed to operate across commercial and government networks today and constellations of the future. Whether sending emails or streaming data-intensive media, Viasat’s maritime SATCOM terminals enable seamless connectivity for everyone on board.

An advanced 3-axis

Stabilized Ka-band

1m antenna system and user terminal

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Viasat terminals– One SATCOM system for every mission & application

Whether sailors are communicating with family back home or relaying tactical information within the fleet, Viasat’s maritime terminals and high-capacity satellite service delivers exceptional connectivity at sea.  With Viasat, ships no longer need two separate networks for mission-critical communications and personal/MWR communications. Now ships can leverage the same high-capacity network for both applications through the ability to partition and secure the transfer of data.

One network with game-changing capabilities 

When Viasat terminals are paired with our Hybrid Adaptive Network (HAN), ships of any size can remain securely connected around the globe. Our industry-leading data rates support multiple simultaneous ship sensors and amplify maritime missions & applications, including:

  • Search and Rescue (SAR)

  • Autonomous or Unmanned Surface Vessels

  • Maritime interdiction

  • C4ISR

  • Morale, Welfare & Recreation (MWR)

Service that extends connectivity from shore to sea

Whether operating over a sovereign network or over Viasat's network for regional or global operations, sailors at sea are prepared with fast, reliable, and secure maritime satellite services for any operation with the world's highest capacity network. Pairing a Viasat terminal with our high-capacity satellites, sailors and ships can stay connected in congested and contested waters.

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