February 8, 2007

Fixed, Mobile and On-the-MoveTM Terminals showcased in General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies Booth # 467

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies will feature its extensive Satellite Communications capabilities at Satellite 2007 February 20-22 at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC in booth #467.

Commercial and military SATCOM applications will be covered by the company's WarriorTM line of satellite communications terminals.

Complimentary exhibit passes for Satellite 2007 – an $85.00 value - are available. Click here to download your Satellite 2007 Exhibit Hall Pass.

Fly Away / Quick Deploy
SATCOM Technologies’ innovative WarriorTM 120 (1.2-Meter) and WarriorTM 180 (1.8-Meter) multi-mode tactical terminals provide communication via satellite, troposcatter, diffraction or line-of-sight using C, X, K, Ku or Ka-bands. The highly transportable, self-contained, field configurable packages can be fully deployed and made operational in less than 20 minutes by trained operators.

Communications On-the-Quick Halt
SATCOM Technologies' next generation 2.4-Meter Trailer-Mounted SATCOM Terminal (TMST) is optimized for "in-theater" over-the-horizon communications. The TMST is ideally suited for tactical, On-the-Quick-Halt communications. It can be configured for either SATCOM or Troposcatter modes to meet changing tactical requirements, carries its own on-board power generator and provides transmit and receive data rates up to 4 Mbps. The ultra-lightweight TMST trailer allows for more armament to be allocated to towing vehicles and facilitates transportation via helicopter, ship, flatbed truck or rail.

"Reliable, easy-to-deploy communications products are vital to the success of tactical missions," said Brad Majeres, General Manager of Programs for SATCOM Technologies. "General Dynamics is the original equipment manufacturer for the VertexRSI antennas, electronic products and monitor and control systems that comprise these terminals, ensuring a high-quality, reliable, and accurate on-the-move communications solution for our customers."

Whether the communications requirement is commercial, civil or military, the reliable transmission and reception of video, voice or data is essential to mission success. General Dynamics' WarriorTM product line leads the industry by delivering SATCOM terminals to meet these changing requirements.


For more information on General Dynamics C4 Systems contact Jimene Conn, at +1-703-622-9407 or via e-mail at Jimene.Conn@gdsatcom.com. Visit our web site at http://www.gdsatcom.com/

General Dynamics C4 Systems offers a family of satellite and wireless communications products and services under its VertexRSI, Prodelin, and Gabriel brands. Visit our web site at http://www.gdsatcom.com/.

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