CabSat 2016 – Peak Communications

PEAK COMMUNICATIONS LTD is an ISO9001:2008 approved, UK based, privately owned company that has been manufacturing RF products for the Satcom Earth Station market since 1995 and are exhibiting at Satellite MENA for the 10th year in succession. This year we will be featuring our…


Additional Ka-Band frequency ranges added.

Peak Communications have added to it’s already comprehensive range of Ka-band block frequency conversion products by introducing more sub-band ranges, giving a wider choice of coverage across the band. Receive sub-band ranges now include 17.7-18.7GHz & 18.7-19.7GHz whereas transmit sub-band ranges now includes 28.5-29.5GHz. For further…


Wideband UpConverter extended to 2000MHz

Peak Communications have now released its popular P7002 agile (synthesised) UpConverter unit with options to extend the L-Band to 950-2000MHz. This wider bandwidth allows the unit to be used with transmission bandwidths of up to 1.05GHz, popular with the extended Ku, DBS and Ka-bands. For…


Peak move to new premises

On our 20th anniversary year and following a sustained increase in business over the past 12 months, Peak are delighted to announce the factory relocation to a local purpose-designed facility. The new facility offers over 900m2 of factory and office floor space, which more than…


Peak at SET Expo 2015

Peak Communications Ltd. will once again be exhibiting at the SET Expo trade show in Brazil in August 2015, amongst our other RF products for Satellite earth stations we will be featuring our Automatic UpLink Power Control Unit. SET Expo press release Jul15


– NEW PRODUCT – Dual, Modular ‘Hot-swappable’, Block Converter with optional 1+1 Redundancy from Peak Communications.

Peak Communications, a privately owned manufacturer of specialist RF equipment for satellite earth stations since 1995, have released a new, modular block frequency converter platform. The DBUH200 unit is designed to accept any mix of two frequency converter modules and can accommodate 1+1 redundancy switching in…