The key innovation of GATR’s antenna is a flexible parabolic dish mounted within an inflatable sphere, reducing weight and packaged volume by as much as 80 percent and thereby improving the agility of deployed military and disaster response personnel. The GATR ISA also costs less to procure than conventional deployable systems, and dramatically cuts transportation expenses due to its lightweight design. Finally, the larger dish size enables more efficient use of satellite bandwidth capacity, increasing bandwidth for users and allowing more users to communicate simultaneously. U.S. and Allied militaries have fielded over 300 GATR ISA terminals since 2008, proving the technology’s strength and reliability.
About GATR Technologies
Incorporated in 2004, GATR manufactures deployable inflation-rigidized satellite communication terminals. GATR’s unique design enables deployment of high-bandwidth terminals in as few as two cases, making it ideal for first-in deployments and remote applications. The GATR has been used all over the globe by the U.S. Military, Intelligence, and Homeland Security organizations at Ku-, C-, and WGS certified X- and Ka-bands for all types of data and voice transmissions, and other IP enabled activities. GATR’s antennas perform like rigid deployable antennas of the same size, but provide up to 80% reduction in the logistical size and weight. More information on GATR can be found at http://www.gatr.com, Facebook (GATRTech), and Twitter (@GATR_Antenna).
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