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General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies' lightweight, 1.25-Meter mobile antenna (C125M) is the latest addition to the Company's Ready-to-Go (RTG) line of products.

The Company's RTG program offers customers select SATCOM Technologies standard products with guaranteed "On-the-Shelf" shipping within 30-days after order acceptance.

The C125M antenna is a compact design for worldwide transmit and receive operation in Ku-Band. This transportable antenna consists of a single-piece carbon fiber composite reflector mounted on a cable drive elevation-over azimuth positioner.

The configuration produces an antenna with superior stiffness and high performance under wind loading conditions.

Kim Scott, Business Area Manager for SATCOM Technologies Tactical Terminals, said, "The C125M mobile antenna's design provides exceptionally low sidelobe and cross-polarization performance well within INTELSAT and EUTELSAT requirements. And the units can be attached to most lightweight vehicles for fast and efficient mobile satellite newsgathering (SNG) applications," she said.

Click here to download a complete data sheet on the C125M mobile antenna.



 
 


For more information on General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies, contact Jimene Conn, at +1 770-689-2052 or via e-mail at Jimene.Conn@gd-ms.com.

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies offers a family of satellite and wireless communications products and services. Visit our web site at http://www.gdsatcom.com.

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