General Dynamics' SATCOM Technologies will introduce its new line of Small Deployable Antennas at SATELLITE 2017 March 7-9 in Booth #1222.
SATELLITE 2017 will be held at the Walter E. Washington Conference Center, Washington, DC.
Allen Griser, Business Manager, Small Deployable Antennas, said, "General Dynamics offers the widest and most versatile range of Satellite Communications small antenna terminals available today. Our Small Antenna Group is proud to offer a product line of SATCOM terminals that are unique in the industry for versatility, ease-of-use and communications scaling capability."
The new Small Deployable Antenna group offers products that range from SATCOM Technologies' world-class SATCOM On-the-Move® terminals for land, sea and air to lightweight, 60-cm Flyaway transmit and receive units, efficient Satellite News Gathering (SNG) terminals, and fully automated satellite uplink systems.
Featured in General Dynamics Booth # 1222 at this year's SATELLITE show are:
SATCOM Technologies' ManPakT series of lightweight, flyaway products includes 13 tripod terminals with reflectors ranging from 60 to 240-cm. The units include simple manual or automated satellite acquisition, an award-winning graphical user interface, and a range of optional extras.
Click here to download a full data sheet on the ManPakT C060FM.
Click here to download a full data sheet on the ManPakT C100FA.
uPod® and uPak® Terminals
SATCOM Technologies' uPod and uPak line of terminals, are integrated, compact satellite uplink systems that work seamlessly with any satellite capable of enabling live HD or 4K coverage on-demand.
uPod terminals feature a fully automated satellite acquisition and tracking system using differential GPS antenna control technology. Available in 75, 100 and 120 cm reflectors uPod terminals are flyaway capable and robust enough to be permanently mounted onto any vehicle.
Click here to download a full data sheet on C100QD uPod system.
uPak terminals provide a high bandwidth connection capable of high speed data transmissions in both manual and motorized versions. With single button operation, the unit can be used by anyone with little or no training. uPak units are lightweight and extremely portable, designed to be transported as checked baggage on an airline or in a backpack for remote field operations
Click here to download a full data sheet on the uPak C060QDM.
Click here to download a full data sheet on the uPak C060QDA.
General Dynamics' SATCOM On-the-Move (SOTM) product line provides proven, high data rate, reliable Ku, Ka-Mil, Ka-Com and X-Band satellite communications while on-the-move in a variety of aperture sizes. Leveraging a combination of integral tracking receiver, gryo stabilization and inertial measurement unit, SOTM terminals provide vital access to voice, video and data in areas where terrestrial communication systems have been damaged, overwhelmed or simply don't exist. And while these terminals are sensitive enough to accurately receive satellite communications while on-the-move, they are also rugged enough to perform in the most challenging environments.
All General Dynamics SOTM products share a legacy of proven, reliable performance on hundreds of aircraft, ships, fast boats and a variety of military wheeled and tracked vehicles, including HMMWV, Bradley and Stryker and a variety of commercial vehicles.
General Dynamics' SATCOM Technologies Fourth Generation design architecture included in the newest Model 20 series builds upon the Company's best-in-class features including gyro stabilization, point and track operational modes, interchangeable RF payloads, direct-drive antenna motors, and a simple L-Band interface which is modem agnostic. In addition, the Gen IV improvements include increased MTBF, reduced weight and an improved air-to-air heat exchanger that can be used for both ground and maritime applications with no further modifications.
SATCOM Technologies is incorporating the new Gen IV design architecture across its product line.
Click here to download full data sheets on SATCOM Technologies' SOTM products.
"SATCOM Technologies' Small Antenna Group is uniquely positioned in the marketplace to deliver the best small deployable antennas" Griser added. "As an integral part of General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies, the Small Deployable Antenna Group can draw upon the Company's full spectrum of experience in satellite ground station communication products, systems engineering, project integration and installation services which can produce more than 90 percent of the equipment required for a typical satellite communications ground station." he said.