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27 July 2018

Baylin’s Advantech receives order from military customer for GaN-based SatCom BUCs

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Toronto-based Baylin Technologies Inc says that its subsidiary Advantech WirelessTechnologies Inc of Montreal, Canada (which manufactures satellite, RF equipment and microwave broadband communications systems) has received an order for more than one million dollars from a military customer for its satellite communication (SatCom) GaN-based block up converters (BUCs).

“Our customers appreciate the exceptional linearity and operating efficiency our products offer,” says Baylin’s president & CEO Randy Dewey. “The GaN X-band line of solid-state power amplifiers (SSPAs) is extremely versatile and provides small-form-factor units for mobile applications, medium power for maritime use and high power for large teleport applications,” he adds.

Advantech’s latest generation of X-band GaN-based SSPAs/BUCs are extremely versatile and suitable harsh environments, Satcom on the Move (SOTM) and man-pack terminal deployments. The X-band GaN-based BUCs are weatherproof and constructed in a compact cooling enclosure suitable for outdoor operation. With ruggedized designs, the smaller BUCs are fully integrated units that enable new terminal designs for both mobile and on-the-halt tactical communication systems.


Visit: www.advantechwireless.com

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