EZ-Net portable satellite internet allows you to achieve high speed broadband internet across UK and Europe. The portable kit is designed specifically for motorhome, caravan and camping use and comes in it’s own carry bag which contains everything you need.
EZ-NET uses two-way satellite technology and communicates directly with the ASTRA 3 satellite so you get high speed broadband (up to 10Mbps) wherever your travels take you. Systems such as I-Boost and those from Zead are nothing more than WiFi and 3G signal boosters . 3G or even 2G signals are weak or non-existent on camp sites and rural areas (particularly in Western Europe). Even if the site does offer WiFi, it is often poorly distributed, expensive and just about (if at all) reaches your van.
Internet subscriptions start from only £15.95 per month with a 1 month rolling contract so you can cancel at any time.
Read more and see coverage maps at the EZ-Net portable satellite internet website.
EZ-NET puts you on-line in two ways:
Via ethernet port directly into your laptop or PC
EZ-NET creates its own high speed WiFi hotspot so you can enjoy fast internet connections wirelessly
Benefits of EZ-NET over other systems:
- Smaller, lighter, easier to handle dish
- Neutrally balanced for easy adjustment
- Easy set up with patented digital elevation meter
- Includes WiFi and wired ethernet
- Packs away into 700x700x200mm carry bag
The EZ-NET satellite internet system allows you, the user to be online within minutes from unpacking your kit. The EZ-NET system uses our patented satellite alignment & elevation device conveniently placed on the arm of the dish to set the required elevation. In addition the EZ-NET comes with unique Point & Play easy-installation technology, Point & Play provides correct satellite identification and facilitates pointing with an audio feedback.
One of the main advantages EZ-NET offers is its size, weight and unique EZ-TILT dish mount and tripod solution. Up to now satellite internet has only been possible using very heavy hardware and large dish sizes, rendering the kit virtually impossible to tripod mount and tether down. EZ-NET complete system has a stow-away weight of under 10 kg. EZ-TILT places the dish perfectly balanced above the tripods “centre of gravity” (CoG) so elevation and rotation adjustments to the dish during alignment are effortless.
In addition the unique lollipop design of the dish/tripod stabilizes the whole system so you can be sure that even during high winds and bad weather you’re broadband is uninterrupted without the need for heavy tie-down straps and weights.
EZ-NET uses a unique Diamond Dish design that when it is setup has the equivalent performance of a considerably larger dish, this is due to its design which has a much higher gain and efficiency than traditional round dishes. Sized at just L: 70cm W:70cm D:20cm the EZ-NET travel bag houses everything you need to Surf the net.
The EZ-NET satellite internet system allows you to get online within minutes from unpacking your kit.
The EZ-NET system uses our patented QuickSAT satellite elevation system, the digital elevation meter is conveniently placed on the carefully calibrated mount on the arm of the dish and allows you to accurately set the required elevation without the need to make sure the dish is on level ground, just tilt the dish until the clear display reads the correct elevation, no messing around with spirit levels and difficult to read markings on the dish.
In addition the EZ-NET comes with the unique Point & Play system which is an innovative easy installation system that consists of a small antenna pointing tool that communicates with the satellite modem. The Point & Play system in combination with the iLNB provides correct satellite identification and facilitates easy dish pointing with an audio feedback. This unique Point & Play easy-installation technology allows the setup of the complete system without any expensive tools or specialist skills and gives more accurate pointing than any meter.
Advantages of the Point & Play system over a traditional meter:
- Measures the actual signal for the service as received by the satmodem using the iLNB / transceiver. Meters don’t.
- The internet service uses different modulations than TV so meters can not usually be set to measure this
- Some meters also have issues because the iLNB does not switch polarity and the transmission is circularly polarised
- The internet service uses much bigger symbol rates than normal meters can use
- It is much easier to listen to the pitch of a tone than look at a meter while adjusting the dish
- You can only get an accurate fine point by using the actual service signal monitored by the satmodem.