Based in Richmond, British Columbia, Norsat was founded in 1977 and now has sales offices on all continents across the globe. Norsat equipment provides communication solutions that enable the transmission of data, audio and video for remote and challenging applications.
Norsat has a wide range of products providing fly-away satellite terminals, microwave components, maritime based satellite terminals and remote network connectivity solutions. Norsat equipment is used extensively in many industries including telecommunications services providers, emergency services and homeland security agencies, military organizations, health care providers, news organizations and electronic manufacturers.
Norsat has several subsidiaries including Sinclair which provides innovation in satellite, VSAT, RF conditioning, wireless networks, telecommunications, microwave, antennas, maritime communications sectors.
In recent news Norsat has launched an enhanced ATOM series of Ku-band block upconverters (BUCs) and solid state power amplifiers (SSPAs). These BUCs and SSPAs are able to operate over a wider bandwidth but are smaller and more portable.