Advantech Wireless to present details of its second generation GaN SSPAs and ASAT II WaveSwitch SATC
Advantech Wireless, a global leader in satellite broadband communications solutions will present details of its Second Generation Advanced GaN based SSPAs/BUCs and WaveSwitch™ “on-the-fly” SATCOM Waveform Switching Technology at AfricaCom and Global MilSatcom 2017.
At AfricaCom, Advantech Wireless will discuss the latest developments of using Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology for solid state power amplifiers. This unique technology enables a wide variety of commercial and military applications, from Ultra HD TV transmission, SATCOM-on-the-move, internet access for aircraft passengers, and SATCOM manpack terminals. The new generation of GaN based SSPAs, provide higher performance and reliability combined with the smallest form factor and lowest power consumption on the market.
To address the high complexity of new generation multiservice IP broadband satellite deployments, Advantech Wireless introduced WaveSwitch™, its multi-service modeling architecture that dynamically optimizes waveform assignment to achieve the highest application performance, with minimum satellite bandwidth resources and the highest network utilization.
At Global MilSatCom 2017, Advantech Wireless is presenting details of its new line of GaN based Solid State Power Amplifiers for Advanced Defence Communications, along with its Military Grade VSAT Hubs with unique WaveSwitch™ Technology for its ASAT II Multiservice VSAT System.
“As the Satellite Market is evolving, so does the Satcom technology. Applications that could not be addressed in the past, are now possible, with the right combination of network planning and hardware selection. Cost can be drastically reduced, by adopting advanced technology,” said Cristi Damian, VP Global Sales and Business Development, RF and Microwave Products at Advantech Wireless. “As a state of the art designer of High Power RF, SATCOM modems, and full VSAT Networks, Advantech Wireless has the expertise to help in these decisions, and to avoid expensive mistakes.”