TCS Obtains Army VSAT Sustainment Contract Funds

TCSlogoTeleCommunication Systems has been awarded $5 million in incremental funds to perform sustainment work on transportable very small aperture terminals of the U.S. Army.

TCS said Wednesday it has received $23.6 million as partial funding to help the military branch sustain AN/TSC-198A VSATs under a potential three-year, $91 million contract.

The contract is for the sustainment of Secret Internet Protocol Router and Non-classified Internet Protocol Router Access Point terminals designed to facilitate voice, data and video communications among soldiers.

TCS designed the AN/TSC-198A VSAT system to employ a transportable, rugged and modular design as well as plug-and-play and graphical user interfaces for multimedia content delivery.

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