ViaSat may be the globe frontrunner in shipboard and fixed-station UHF satellite communications for defense organizations. From solitary individual terminals to accomplish stand-alone UHF systems for sovereign controlled satellite networks, we provide terminals, modems, simulators, network administration, and RF infrastructure. Our terminals are Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) and NSA certified assure conformity with Legacy need Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) MIL-STDs and provide interoperability with fielded UHF satcom terminals.
Channel Optimization with Integrated Waveform
UHF MILSATCOM has a lengthy record enabling beyond line-of-sight interaction over the battlespace also it will continue to supply assured accessibility under disadvantaged climate conditions and coverage. Doubling present UHF capability and allowing cellular phone-like phoning with less latency and much better vocals quality, the next generation incorporated Waveform (IW) is available worldwide. Under contract with DISA, ViaSat features effectively installed and tested IW UHF community control stations across the world.
UHF Satcom Terminals
RT-18XX UHF satcom terminals use the same segments (cards), so you keep spares towards the minimal.
Replacement Legacy Systems
|RT-1829||Shipboard||9U tough||Around 4 full-duplex RF channels with 4 or 8 serial I/O harbors each||
AN/USC -42 (Mini-DAMA)
|RT-1830||Coast stations or any other harmless environments||3U rugged||Single full-duplex RF station with 4 or 8 I/O ports|
DAMA Orderwire Channel Controller Trainer/Simulator (DOCCT/S)
Develop, integrate, and train on UHF satellite interaction equipment minus the cost and time limitations associated with opening real time satellite stations.
DOCCT/S has the mobility to address a complete range of UHF DAMA satellite communications equipment instruction, integration, and goal rehearsal needs.
UHF Modems and Ancillary RF Equipment
|MD-1324A+(c)/U UHF IW/DAMA Satcom Modem||
Provides UHF satcom capacity for one half and full duplex radios; Integrated Waveform certified with RT-1107(V)17/WSC-3(V)
|UHF Satcom High Power Amplifiers (HPAs)||250W shore and 200W shipboard HPAs|
eBerry Ultra High Frequency UHF 2.4GHz USB Wireless Handheld Microphone System for Karaoke, Conference Speech, Song Recording, Online Broadcast, Video Chat, Language Training (Frequency: 926.5MHz)
Musical Instruments (eBerry)
TV Antenna, Vansky Amplified HDTV Antenna 50 Mile Range with Detachable Amplifier Signal Booster for UHF VHF, PowerSupply and 16ft High Performance Coax Cable
GOWE 100W VHF/UHF Digital TV Territorial Broadcast Transmitter (DVB-T/T2/ATSC/ISDB-T)
Home Improvement (Gowegroup)
UOKOO Kids Walkie Talkies, 22 Channel FRS/GMRS 2 Way Radio 2 miles (up to 3.7 Miles) UHF Handheld Walkie Talkies for Kids (1 Pair) Red
VOCOPRO SilentPA-Seminar10 16-Channel UHF Wireless Audio Broadcast System
Musical Instruments (VocoPro)
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