What Is KA Band?

Defination of Ka band

     The approximate frequency range of the Ka band is 30/20 GHz. The Ka-band has the characteristics of wide available bandwidth, less interference (not definitely), and small device size. Therefore, Ka-band satellite communication systems can provide a new means for high-speed satellite communications, gigabit-class broadband digital transmission, high definition television (HDTV), satellite news gathering (SNG), VSAT services, direct-to-home (DTH) services, and personal satellite communications.  The disadvantage of the Ka band is that the rain attenuation is large, and it has high requirements for the device. In the Ka-band tone, the antenna size of the Ka user terminal is not primarily limited by the antenna gain, but is limited by the ability to suppress interference from other systems.

      With 5G communication coming, KA band antennas have more and more wide market. Newstar also keep up with the times step and design&develop KA band antennas to meet the market demands. Below photos are the recent production about KA antennas for customer:



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