General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies is adding their popular 6.3 and 7.3-Meter standard product antennas to the Company's expanding Ready-to-Go (RTG) product lineup.

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

Both the 6.3 and 7.3-Meter antennas are field-proven standards of excellence for transmission and receive or receive only applications. The Model 6.3-Meter antenna delivers exceptional performance for C through Ku-Band while the Model 7.3-Meter antenna excels in L through DBS communications frequencies.

Both antennas feature easy-to-assemble, bolt-together aluminum reflectors and galvanized steel kingpost pedestals to provide the required stiffness for pointing and tracking accuracy. The pedestals are designed for full orbital arc coverage and are readily adaptable to ground or rooftop installations.

Click here to download a complete datasheet on the 6.3-Meter antenna; or
Click here to download a complete datasheet on the 7.3-Meter antenna.

Introduced earlier this year, SATCOM Technologies RTG program is a streamlined process to make available the Company's most reliable, field-tested and type-approved products shipped within 30 days of an order. Included in the RTG product offerings are fixed antennas and control systems in C through Ku-Bands; VSAT antennas and their mounts also in C through Ku-Bands and select electronic products including Low Noise Amplifiers and Solid State Power Amplifiers.



For more information on General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies Ready-to-Go products, contact Jimene Conn, at +1 770-689-2052 or via e-mail at

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