COMSAT, Orbit Enter Satellite Terminal Distribution Pact

COMSAT, Orbit Enter Satellite Terminal Distribution Pact
Orbit airborne terminal

COMSAT has agreed to distribute Orbit Communications Systems' airborne and maritime satellite connectivity terminals to the global public sector market.

The agreement covers distribution of Multi-Purpose Terminals and OceanTRx hardware offerings designed to support government communications from multiple aircraft and vessel types, the two companies said Wednesday in a joint statement.

Orbit's airborne MPTs have a lightweight design, feature three line replaceable units and offer radio frequency and tracking performance for missions in harsh environments.

OceanTRx is a multiband terminal built to help maritime users transmit data via satellite networks.

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