[AusNOG] Sky Muster - Grey Nomad Clarification

Skeeve Stevens skeeve+ausnog at eintellegonetworks.com
Mon Apr 17 17:01:35 EST 2017

Isn't the mobility dependent on the dish tracking?

This is the same for yachts, etc where as long as the dish can re-align
itself, it doesn't really matter where it is.

In the case of the Qantas service, the dish is just re-aligns as it flies
doesn't it?


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On Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 3:27 PM, Cameron Murray <cameron.murray at gmail.com>

> Afternoon,
> A customer has come to us about using a NBN Sky Muster service on a Donga
> that moves around the country to various mine sites and region construction
> zones.
> Currently they utilize Telstra 3g/4g where possible but frequently are
> without phone or data services.
> From what I know the NBN Sky Muster product is for a fixed location only?
> Any clarification that can be provided is appreciated.
> Cameron
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