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July 8, 2009

TeleCommunication Systems expands IP communications offering

Aims to raise the bar on deployable communications

By CBR Staff Writer

TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) has expanded its IP communications services offering by releasing its new SwiftLink SABR (Satellite Access Baseband Remote) product line.

According to the company, SwiftLink SABR has been designed to meet the demand for access to both, classified and clear channels for voice, video, and data via a portable remote system. SABR provides communications capability, using an ‘everything-over-IP’ architecture when deployed at any remote location.

Michael Bristol, senior vice president of government solutions for TCS, said: With our SABR offering, we are raising the bar on flexible and rapidly deployable communications. With multiple choices in terminals, modems and baseband packages – customers can quickly build their desired custom solution at the network’s edge by choosing from an array of SABR components and rapidly become operational.

SwiftLink SABR incorporates multi-band (Ku, Ka, X and C), multi-aperture (1.2M, 2.0M and 2.4M) VSAT antennas along with multiple standards-based L-band modem options and a choice of four baseband configurations.

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The company said that users can start out with a VSAT terminal in any band and with pre-assembled, frequency-specific feed boom assemblies, perform in-the-field changes to other desired operating bands.

The accompanying Non-secure Internet Protocol Router (NIPR) and Secret Internet Protocol Router (SIPR) baseband units reportedly come in four different form factors: a three-classifications rack-and-stack, a two-classifications embedded, a two-classifications micro, and a three-classifications micro. The SABR family is designed for plug-and-play operations among these various terminals, modems and baseband units.

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