General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies will showcase a range of its latest SATCOM products during NAB 2016 April 18-21 in Booth # OE1304 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Included in SATCOM Technologies' NAB 2016 exhibit are:

ModuMAX GaN SSPA Systems Ku-Band
A revolutionary concept in solid-state power amplifiers, SATCOM Technologies' ModuMAX series eliminates the need for a spare power amplifier or for redundant switchover networks in many satellite earth station applications.

ModuMAX SSPAs using Gallium Nitride (GaN)-based amplifiers are completely modular RF amplifier systems offering output power of up to 3 kilowatts in Ku-Band. Patented technology utilizes hot-swappable, plug-in RF modules, power supplies, and electronic assemblies to maximize performance and minimize downtime in SATCOM systems. An advanced interface and control system allows unprecedented remote access and operation.

Click here to download a complete data sheet on the ModuMAX GaN SSPA.

Model 950A Controller
SATCOM Technologies' Model 950A Control Systems can be used with almost any limited motion antenna for precision satellite tracking applications. The system comprises an Antenna Control Unit (ACU), Tracking Receiver Unit (TRU) and a Power Drive Unit (PDU) which are linked via dedicated Ethernet connections. This provides flexibility in locating the key system components, allows for variable separation distances and provides immunity to electrical ground plane transients.

Click here to download a full data sheet on the Model 950A Controller.

C100MPT Man-Pack SATCOM Terminal
SATCOM Technologies' innovative Man-Pack SATCOM Terminals are lightweight, IATA compliant and pack into one robust case allowing for ease of transportation. The completely waterproof and rugged design allows for operation in even the most challenging conditions -from war zones to on-the-scene newsgathering.

The Man-Pack terminals are available in 0.6m - 1.0m reflector sizes and feature manual or automated satellite acquisition and an award-winning graphical user interface.

The terminals offer a range of optional extras including an integrated COFDM receiver for mobile camera connectivity, a Wi-Fi router enabling a secure satellite internet network and integrated housing and connections for high grade encryption devices.

Click here to download a full data sheet on the C100MPT Man-Pack Terminals.

Model C140M Mobile Ku-Band Antenna
Rounding out the General Dynamics NAB 2016 SATCOM display is an exhibit featuring the Model C140M Mobile Ku-Band Antenna, a General Dynamics 'Ready-to-Go' (RTG) product. The Company's 'Ready-to-Go' program offers customers popular SATCOM Technologies' products with guaranteed "On-the-Shelf" shipping within 30-days after order acceptance.

The Model C140M is comprised of a single-piece, carbon-fiber, composite reflector mounted on a cable drive elevation over azimuth position which provides a light-weight antenna with superior stiffness and high performance under wind loading conditions. In addition, the antenna features exceptionally low sidelobe and cross polarization performance that are well within Intelsat and Eutelsat requirements.

The C140M mobile antenna can be attached to most lightweight vehicles for fast and efficient mobile satellite newsgathering applications. A high wind version is also available that can sustain performance in Ku-Band with wind velocities up to 80 miles per hour.

Click here to download a complete datasheet on the RTG C140M Antenna.


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

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