ETL Systems has announced it will be represented by Link-Com at the upcoming Israel Defense and HLS Expo (ISDEF) from 4th– 6th June in Tel Aviv. With over 25 years of experience in the integration, modification, and commissioning of telecommunication and broadcast systems, Link-Com has represented ETL Systems in the region for the last ten years. Ian Hilditch, CEO, ETL Systems, commented: “Link-Com has a great combination of industry knowledge and experience working with and integrating our range of solutions. This makes it the perfect partner to represent us in the local market and at this event.” At ISDEF, Link-Com will be showcasing the model NGM-101 Enigma L-band matrix from ETL Systems. The Enigma Matrix range provides signal distribution for up to 32 input and output feeds for downlinking and uplinking signal management. It can be used across a number of applications including routing satellite communications, signals, broadcasting, military and government communication systems. It will also be demonstrating StingRay RF over Fibre chassis. It has the capacity to house up to 16 x 200 series RF over Fibre transmit or receive modules for handling RF over fibre signals up to 10km. It can be controlled and monitored via ethernet port with a web browser interface or locally via the LCD front panel. Zak Levi, CEO, Link-Com: “We place a great deal of importance on ensuring we have access to the best quality RF products so that our Government & Military receive the best installation and integration possible. ETL’s attention to detail and flexibility to offer product customisation make them a great partner to help us enable reliable satellite communications around the world.” Link-Com will be exhibiting on booth #7006 at ISDEF. ETL Systems will also be co-exhibiting at IMS Boston (booth 315) with its newly acquired company, Atlantic Microwave.