Our Family of Z Series MK3 SuperTrack is Expanding
KNS is pleased to announce the launch of the Z18MK3 KU & C BAND Antennas
“The Z18MK3 is a great addition to the SuperTrack Z Series antenna family”, says Noah Chung, Director of KNS, Inc. “Our Z18MK3 is one of the most reliable and rugged antennas on the market, capable of extreme weather conditions with unlimited azimuth input to provide uninterrupted high quality connections, even when a ship turns”.
The Z18MK3 C-Band runs on TX: 5.85GHz~ 6.425GHz and RX: 3.625 ~ 4.2GHz frequency gain and the antenna gain for TX: 39.3 dBi @ mid Frequency band and for Rx: 35.3 dBi @ mid frequency band. The Z18MK3 KU- Band runs on TX: 13.75 ~ 14.5GHz and RX 10.75 ~ 12.75GHz and the antenna gain for TX: 46.6 dBi @ 14.2GHz and for RX: 44.8 dBi @ 11.7GHz.
The Z18MK3 comes standard with an automatic satellite search and skew control, unlimited Azimuth, uninterrupted searching to keep you in business regardless of where your ship turns, a brake system, free cable wrap and an accurate signal acquisition by KNS’s distinctive algorithm. Customers have access to our pre-programmed satellite database, an editable 80 satellite data, three types of gyro input: NMEA, Synchro and step by step, and an antenna control unit.
Like all hardware from the SuperTrack Series, KNS provides a two year warranty for parts and one year on-board warranty.
If fast and reliable Internet and multiple VoIP phones are essential to your vessel, check out the SuperTrack Z18MK3 – we’re sure you will be impressed with our quality and high standards.
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Daejeon 305-348, South Korea
About KNS, Inc.
Based in DaeJeon, South Korea, KNS is a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator in the marine communications industry. KNS has been serving customers worldwide providing high quality service, VSAT antennas, equipment and parts for the marine communications industry. The Company specializes in marine stabilized antenna systems for satellite communications, satellite television-at-
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