Satellite Communications (Networks, Terminals and Broadcast)

Satellite Communications (Networks, Terminals and Broadcast) Overview

Tactical Satellite Communications

Communication satellites allow infantry, vehicles, naval vessels, and aircraft to be communicated with and coordinated by military command while they are on the move.

Satcom Terminals

Military Satcom terminals provide an on-demand tactical communications network, and high-performance tracking, to keep the entire force connected during missions.

Land-based Satcom terminals can be transported in vehicles or in a backpack, can be deployed quickly and can be configured for single, dual, or tri-band operation. Operators can change between frequency bands without tools in the field.

Airborne satellite communication terminals are designed to be installed on a wide range of aircraft and are designed to be used in the harshest of environments. Systems with parabolic antennas are ideal for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), while systems with low-profile active-antennas are suited for larger aircraft.

Naval satellite communication terminals for use on warships are similar to those used on aircraft, however for submarine installations, as well as being designed to operate in harsh environments they are also designed to withstand extreme pressure.

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