Lightweight, mobile SATCOM terminals deliver fast satellite acquisition over Ku, Ka and X-Bands will highlight indoor and outdoor displays.

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies will feature its Warrior SMT (Small Man-portable Terminal) and its PVM 24 (Portable Vehicular Mounted Terminal) at the annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s (AFCEA) Tactical C4 Conference and Exposition April 20-21. The Conference will be held at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta.

Warrior SMT Terminal
SATCOM Technologies’ newest member of its Warrior family of satellite communications terminals, the Warrior SMT (Small Man-portable Terminal), will highlight General Dynamics inside booth # 1117.

Powered by SmartSAT Technology™ - the new, software-defined 'smart' positioner is designed for simple and fast satellite acquisition. The Warrior SMT is the easiest, full-featured SATCOM terminal to field.

The Warrior SMT provides secure or non-secure communications over Ku-band (Ka and X-band available) and is fully equipped to handle high-speed data transmissions.

The Warrior SMT terminal will be part of General Dynamics’s Soldier Network Extension (SNE) themed display.

Click here to download a Warrior SMT data sheet.

SATCOM Technologies’ new PVM24 (Portable Vehicle Mounted) satellite communications terminal will be showcased on a HUMMER sport utility vehicle in General Dynamics’ AFCEA outdoor booth # 1605.

The PVM24 terminal is ideally suited for the military’s changing tactical conditions. It can easily be installed on a wide variety of tactical vehicles and uses instant On-the-Halt technology derived from SATCOM Technologies’ successful SATCOM-on-the-Move™ (SOTM) product family.

The Model PVM24 Portable Vehicle Mounted terminal is designed for full FCC compliance when At-the-Halt as well as in motion. To achieve this, the terminal automatically detects when it is about to exceed the FCC transmit profile and mutes transmission until it senses improving conditions, re-establishing communications automatically.

The compact PVM 24 terminal’s interchangeable X, Ku and Ka radio frequency payloads provide maximum operational flexibility, while its lightweight, low profile design makes it easily adaptable to a variety of military wheeled and tracked vehicles.

Click here to download more information on the PVM24 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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