General Dynamics' SATCOM Technologies is offering for a limited time a 5 Year /5 Percent discount on its standard product, GaAs ModuMAX and QuadMod Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) for all orders received before November 30, 2016.

Crissy Pierson, Business Area Manager for SATCOM Technologies' RF Electronic Products, said, "Our ModuMAX and QuadMod Solid State Power Amplifiers are industry standards for high reliability and ease-of-use. Each features redundant and hot-swappable components resulting in greater product life, lower maintenance and ease of operations. We have 24 SSPA models in C, Ku and X-Bands at a variety of power levels available for this special offer."

The Company's Ready-to-Go™ (RTG) program offers customers popular SATCOM Technologies standard products with "On-the-Shelf" shipping within 30-days after order acceptance.

"We are extending the warranty for an additional two years to make a full, five-year warranty on our RTG ModuMAX and QuadMod SSPAs, as well as offering an unprecedented five percent discount for all units sold through November 30, 2016," Pierson added.

"This '5 for 5' Promotion gives broadband providers an ideal opportunity to increase reliable SSPA performance delivered by the leader in the industry," Pierson said. "More than 1,200 General dynamics' Solid State Power Amplifier systems have been fielded over the last 15 years for continuous operations, and the ModuMAX and QuadMod hot-swappable amplifiers provide fast and easy maintenance capabilities with their one to three-minute plug-and-play design."

Click here to download complete data sheets on the ModuMAX and QuadMod SSPAs.


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

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