August 21
, 2007

New Sentinel Auto Acquire Antenna Terminals, SATCOM Electronic Products and Warrior™ Transportable Terminals Highlight Booth #1.538

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies will feature its extensive line of Satellite Communications products at IBC 2007 September 7-11 at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Center in booth #1.538.

Commercial and military SATCOM applications will be covered by the company's Sentinel Auto Acquire Antennas, Electronic Products and Warrior™ line of satellite communications terminals.

Complimentary exhibit passes for IBC 2007 are available. Click Here to register for your IBC 2007 Exhibit Hall Pass.

New this year is the Sentinel Model 120 (1.2M) Auto Acquire Antenna. The stow mobile VSAT system provides immediate Internet access on multiple Ku-band satellite platforms worldwide. Featuring superior polarization and signal strength, the Sentinel assures remote, real time communications. Click here to download the Sentinel data sheet.

Also featured in the General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies booth is the VertexRSI brand QuadMod C-Band Solid State Power Amplifier. The QuadMod C-Band SSPAs are completely modular RF amplifier systems that offer output powers of 400, 500 and 800 watts. Based on technology used in VertexRSI's field-proven ModuMAX™ amplifiers, QuadMod SSPAs use field-replaceable RF modules, power supplies and electronic assemblies to maximize performance and minimize downtime in SATCOM systems. Click here to download the QuadMod SSPA data sheet.

The Company's Warrior™ line of transportable, mobile and man-portable SATCOM products will be represented at IBC 2007 by the Warrior 120 (1.2M) flyaway terminal. Warrior terminals provide high data rate solutions for commercial, news and weather, Homeland Defense and current and future military requirements.

The rugged Warrior™ family of terminals operates in C, X, Ku and Ka bands and range in antenna size from less than 1 Meter to 6.3-Meters. Warrior's fixed, mobile, man portable and transportable units deliver secure (COMSEC Type 1, TRANSEC Type2) reliable high-data rate communications in the harshest conditions.

The Warrior Model 120 provides secure or non-secure communications over Ku, X or Ka-bands and is fully equipped to handle any IP application. Capable of transmitting at 4.0Mbps and receiving at 18.0 Mbps, the Warrior 120 can support communications applications ranging from real time video to the transmission and reception of large data files. Click here to download the Warrior Model 120 data sheet.

Whether the communications requirement is commercial, civil or military, the reliable transmission and reception of video, voice or data is essential to mission success. General Dynamics' Warrior™ product line leads the industry by delivering SATCOM terminals to meet these changing requirements.


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

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies offers a family of satellite and wireless communications products and services under its VertexRSI, Prodelin, and Gabriel brands.
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