KVH TracPhone V3-IP Satellite Antennas

KVH TracPhone V3-IP Satellite Antennas


The KVH TracPhone V3-IP Satellite Antennas provide always-on broadband data connections.


  • Advanced antenna controller for high-speed tracking
  • ntegrated CommBox Modem with IP-enabled antenna control unit
  • Ultra-high efficiency antenna
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The ultra-compact TracPhone V3IP provides always-on broadband data connections, an integrated voice line, worldwide coverage from the mini-VSAT Broadband network, and dramatically reduced airtime costs.

All VIP-Series products include KVH's Integrated CommBox Modem with IP-enabled antenna control unit, CommBox™ Network Manager, ArcLight® spread spectrum modem, Voice over IP, Ethernet switch and Wi-Fi capabilities. Systems also features a browser-based user interface and convenient iPhone® app for system status, updates and support.

For satellite Internet and phone anywhere in the world, the reliable and economical solution is the KVH TracPhone V3-IP paired with the Iridium Pilot. The 39cm (15.5") diameter TracPhone V3-IP is the world's smallest maritime VSAT, designed exclusively for the world's No. 1 maritime VSAT service - mini-VSAT Broadband. Advanced ArcLight® spread spectrum technology enables the V3-IP's extremely compact design, while still providing outstanding performance - fast download speeds (up to 2 Mbps), reliable Internet and e-mail, and optimized voice communications. Now, with KVH's new System Bundle, TracPhone V3-IP is paired with an Iridium Pilot for pole-to-pole coverage, meaning boat owners, guests, and crew can stay in touch with friends, family, and the office from every cruising area in the world.

The TracPhone V3-IP/Iridium Pilot System Bundle includes both TracPhone V3-IP and Iridium Pilot antenna systems preconfigured with least cost routing, and offers versatile, affordable airtime options to suit your boat's data usage. Get all the features of KVH's end-to-end solution for satellite Internet and phone with the TracPhone V3-IP, plus the pole-to-pole global coverage of Iridium Pilot.

With the TracPhone V3-IP/Iridium Pilot System Bundle, the ICM is preconfigured by KVH to ensure seamless integration:

  • TracPhone V3-IP and mini-VSAT Broadband service is always chosen first
  • If the service becomes unavailable for any reason, onboard LAN and Wi-Fi networks switch to Iridium OpenPort broadband services
  • The system automatically switches back to mini-VSAT Broadband airtime service as soon as it is available
  • Both the mini-VSAT Broadband and Iridium OpenPort airtime services are billed through KVH for the customer's convenience


  • Ultra-high efficiency antenna using KVH's RingFire™ design and groundbreaking dielectric rod feed ensures excellent Ku-band reception even in bad weather
  • Advanced antenna controller for high-speed tracking
  • Dynamic, gyro-stabilized system seeks the optimum satellite within
    the mini-VSAT Broadband network and tracks it through the full dynamic motion experienced by commercial vessels
  • Integrated CommBox Modem (ICM)
  • 95% smaller in volume than standard TDMA VSAT antennas
  • World's smallest maritime VSAT
  • Easier and less expensive to install
  • Full in-motion tracking for turnkey broadband connections whether on the move or parked
  • Rugged, high-performance design tested under vibration and high.low temperature extremes
  • Superior, gyro-stabilized tracking and rugged COTS construction for outstanding performance
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
KVH TracPhone V3-IP Satellite Antennas 01-0335-11 TracPhone V3-IP with mini-VSAT broadband service
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KVH TracPhone V3-IP Satellite Antennas 01-0357-01 TracPhone V3-IP satellite antenna with Iridium pilot system bundle
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