From Mobile VSAT units to Airborne SATCOM-on-the-Move™ terminals, SATCOM Technologies' products cover the spectrum for commercial and military communications.

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies will feature its extensive line of satellite communications products at SATELLITE 2011 March 15-17 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in booth #309.

Complimentary exhibit passes for SATELLITE 2011 are available on line. Use VIP Code GEN69 and Click Here to register for your SATELLITE 2011 Exhibit Hall Pass.

SATCOM Technologies' SATELLITE 2011 display will feature:

Model C135M Ku-Band Antenna
The lightweight 1.35-meter mobile 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 state-of-the-art design provides exceptionally low sidelobe and cross-polarization performance, well within INTELSAT and EUTELSAT requirements.

The complete antenna system can be interfaced with most lightweight vehicles for mobile Satellite News Gathering (SNG) applications.

Click here to download a C135M Data Sheet.


Mobile VSAT
General Dynamics' 1.2M Auto Acquire Antenna is a stow-mobile VSAT system that provides immediate Internet access on multiple Ku-band satellite platforms. Featuring superior polarization and signal strength, the General Dynamics Mobile VSAT terminal assures remote, real time communications.

Click here to download the Mobile VSAT data sheet.


PVM24 Terminal
General Dynamics' Portable Vehicle Mounted (Model PVM24) satellite communications terminal uses instant On-the-Halt technology derived from SATCOM Technologies' successful SATCOM-on-the-Move™ (SOTM) product family. The PVM's lightweight, low profile design makes it easily adaptable to a variety of commercial and military wheeled and tracked vehicles.

Click here to download more information on the PVM24 terminal.


NetMAC® Network Monitor and Control System
General Dynamics' NetMAC® (Network Monitor and Control) System is a complete management tool for a wide range of telecommunications systems. Combining proven off-the-shelf solutions with customized engineering for each application, NetMAC® provides cost effective and powerful central control of network operations. The NetMAC® has been specially tailored for the management of communication systems at either a single site or a network having multiple remote locations. Whether these locations communicate with a single hub, multiple hubs, or exist in a hubless mesh network, the NetMAC® can be configured to work within the existing topology and easily expanded to meet future growth requirements.

Click here to download the NetMAC® data sheet.


M17-17A Airborne SOTM Terminal
General Dynamics' Warrior™ family of tactical and strategic SATCOM terminals provides unparalleled communications for military, Homeland Defense, disaster recovery and commercial newsgathering applications. The M17-17A Airborne SOTM Terminals deliver reliable high data rate satellite communications. Interchangeable RF payloads provide maximum operational flexibility, including Ku, Ka MIL, Ka Commercial and X Band and the terminal's lightweight, low profile design ensures highly efficient RF transmit and receive capability.

Click here to download more information on the M17-17A SOTM Terminal.



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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