5 Facts About Off-Air Testing

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Why Would You Test Satellite Communications Terminals and Solutions Off-Air?

Uncontrollable and sometimes unpredictable conditions of a live satellite service can be problematic when validating and demonstrating solutions and terminals. Emulation of the satellite link gives you full control of test or demo conditions. A terminal or solution performs will then perform as it would in a live scenario, but is defined by the conditions you have set up for the test. Test conditions can be set up on-demand allowing full control of service plan and network conditions such as weather fades and congestion conditions.

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