Comtech Telecommunications Corp. (NASDAQ: CMTL) reports that the Space & Component Technology division of Comtech’s Command and Control Technologies group, which is part of Comtech’s Government Solutions segment, will be exhibiting August 3 through 8 at the Small Satellite 2019 Conference in Utah — the company will be showcasing their X/Y antenna pedestal technology for precision satellite tracking as well as frequency tuned radomes and carbon fiber dishes.
Comtech invites attendees to visit stand 48 to learn more. Specifically designed for LEO and MEO satellite tracking in support of Earth Observation (EO), Remote Sensing, and Telemetry, Tracking and Command (“TT&C”) applications, Comtech offers low-cost radome solutions and carbon fiber reflectors to support antenna operations in all environments.
Comtech’s Space and Component Technology (SCT) division has specialized for 43 years in providing Ground System services in the form of turn-key site development, infrastructure, operations and maintenance of several range tracking stations in the South Pacific. Over the past 16 years, SCT added an extensive line of LEO/MEO X/Y tracking antennas and uses the concept of product families and platform-based product development to increase variety, shorten lead-times and reduce costs without compromising system performance, Comtech provides turn key ground station solutions for both launch vehicle and satellite tracking. For more information, visit .
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