June 11, 2009
General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies will display its leading antenna, power amplifier and monitor control products in Booth # 6K1-08 during CommunicAsia 2009, June 16-19 in Singapore.
New this year: is the Model C120M TVSAT Ku-Band Antenna produced by SATCOM Technologies' VertexRSI brand. The ultra lightweight 1.2-meter mobile antenna features a compact design for high-value transmit and receive operation in Ku-band. This transportable antenna consists of a single-piece composite reflector mounted on a cable drive elevation-over-azimuth positioner resulting in a low-weight antenna with superior stiffness and high performance under wind loading conditions. Click here to download the Model C120M TVSAT Ku-Band Antenna data sheet.
Additional General Dynamics SATCOM products on display in Booth #6K1-08 include samples of the Company's state-of-the-art rack-mounted power amplifiers, and the NetMAC® Network Monitor and Control System.
8GHz Solid-State Power Amplifier
The 8 GHz rack-mount SSPA offers an output power of 350 watts across the standard 7.90-8.40 GHz satellite uplink band. The SSPA incorporates a modular architecture that includes the RF modules, power supplies, logic, fans, and front panel assembly. The amplifier is designed for reliable service in fixed and mobile applications. Click here to download the 8GHz SSPA data sheet.
Low Power Solid-State Power Amplifiers
General Dynamics' low power, rack-mount SSPA offers output powers of up to 50 watts in C-, X-, and Ku-band satellite uplink bands. Click here to download the Low Power SSPA data sheet.
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.