Satellite Antenna Mounting Hardware:

There are three basic mount types

  • Non-Penetrating Roof Mount (for flat roofs or saddle mount for peaked roofs)
  • Pole Mount
  • Tri-mast Universal Mount (Not available for 1.2 meter or larger antennas)
Non-penetrating roof mount for 1.2 meter fixed satellite Internet services  
Pole mounted satellite broadband antenna
 
Stationary satellite Internet systems mounted with a tri-mast mount

Non penetrating roof mounts are used when mounting fixed satellite antennas to commercial rooftops, as they allow permanent mounting without any holes being made in the roof. The mount is ballasted with a sufficient amount of concrete bricks to provide wind resistance up to 85 mph to 110 mph.

 

Pole mounts utilize a length of schedule 40 steel water pipe buried at least three feet in the ground, with the hole filled in with concrete. Special care is taken to assure that the pole does not rotate in the concrete, when done properly pole mounts are among the most stable mounts possible.

 

Tri-mast fixed satellite antenna mounts are only used for antennas up to one meter, larger antennas simply have too much weight and too much potential wind load for this type of mount. Tri-mast mounts are noted for their versatility, as they can be used on either a horizontal, vertical, or sloped surface.

Self-Pointing Fixed Stationary Antennas
Self-pointing fixed stationary antennas can automatically point themselves, to get complete information on these antenna systems Click here...
 
Folding non-penetrating roof mount
Designed for easy installation and de-installation, the folding non-penetrating roof mount saves time when moving a fixed antenna from place to place: Click Here
 
Satellite Modems
Each network uses a different model or models of satellite modems, each has it's own characteristics and service plans that they can be used with. For more information, click the link below for either satellite Internet network: iDirect, Exede, HughesNet, and SkyEdge.
 
De-Icing Systems
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VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)
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VPN (Virtual Private Networking)
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Standard Professional Installation
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Satellite Internet services

To see all of the available service plans for each satellite network click any link below for information on the available satellite Internet service plans for each satellite Internet network: iDirect, Exede, HughesNet, and SkyEdge.