Revolutionising the world of mobile connectivity,
Kymeta flat panel antennas have come a long way since their initial commercial launch. After a number of years at sea they are still the only flat-panel at use on vessels and the only one to have gone through the teething problems that all new equipment goes through when immersed in the marine environment. The latest models are delivering significantly higher internet connection speeds and IP-delivered entertainment globally.
Easy to access and always available, Kymeta satellite terminals feature an electronically-steered, flat-panel Ku-band antenna.
Secure, scalable and future-proof, this innovative technology is making high-throughput, mobile communications possible.
Complete single panel solution
The Kymeta flat panel antenna delivers exceptional performance with a choice of GEO and LEO satellite airtime options.
If positioned with a clear view to the sky, the new Kymeta LEO panel will be the only satellite antenna required on the vessel, whereas you will need three gyro stabilised antennas to track LEO satellites using conventional antennas. The new LEO panel is also capable of switching between LEO and GEO satellites using the same antenna.
e3 is the preferred superyacht distribution partner for Kymeta communications solutions.
Airtime and TV in one complete flat panel solution
e3 is enhancing the user experience by combining bandwidth and TV reception into one panel. Our ground-breaking IPTV is included with our airtime service.
You can watch any channel you choose from TV services across many countries and the service is easily manageable via the HYBRID bandwidth on demand screen.
Read the story of
the early Kymeta sea trials
conducted by e3
Kymeta antennas and terminals
An innovative new approach to connectivity
Kymeta has created the world’s first metamaterials based, slim, flat panel antenna.
Software controlled, electronically steered and with no moving parts, it uses naturally occurring materials arranged in a specific pattern to produce a holographic beam.
The technology works with the very latest geostationary satellites (GEO) and with the new Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations.
The many reasons to go flat
Low energy consumption
Use a fraction of the power to acquire and track a satellite.
Lower running costs
Lower costs through lower energy requirements and reduced maintenance.
Easy to move, store, carry and take a fraction of the time to install.
Ultra-high throughput connectivity
Kymeta LEO technology runs as significantly faster speeds with much lower latency.
Will not disturb passengers on the sundeck.
No moving parts
Eliminates risk of fatigue and failure from mechanical breakdown.
Virtually maintenance free
Far lower maintenance costs than with mechanical parabolic dishes.
A replacement can be easily fitted and with auto-configure, will be back up and running quickly.
Revolutionising superyacht design
Flat panels will completely change the way we approach yacht design