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January 30th, 2014

C2SAT + IAI—Into Stabilization (SATCOM—Antenna)

[SatNews] C2SAT has signed a major contract with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) for the delivery of 1-meter stabilized antennas based on the company's new P9 platform.

The market has embraced the new 4-axes stabilized platform for VSAT antennas, the P9, a small pedestal for dishes up to 1.3 meters. While the larger P7 platform has demonstrated the benefits of C2SATs patented 4-axis technology in Ku-, X- and C-band applications, the market has requested a smaller platform for the majority of often crowded Navy and Coast Guard vessels.

In August of 2013, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) signed a three year contract with C2SAT for delivery of 1-meter stabilized VSAT antennas based on the P9 platform.

The Security and and Defence branch of Indra has, for several years, been using C2SATs P7 platform to support an X-band application used by the Spanish Navy. Indra supplies its own X-band solution for high performance redundancy integrated with stabilized platforms and radomes from C2SAT.

The BAM (Buque Action Maritima) vessels are 94 meters in length and 2575 tons in displacement and are modern offshore patrol vessels with mission versatility operated by the Spanish Navy. Photo cortesy of Navantia.

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