Major Asian Navy to Buy Orbit Maritime Satcom Systems for $1.1 Million

The deal includes new Ku-band OceanTRx 4 systems, designed to deliver continuous and consistent broadband Internet service

Archive photo: Wikimedia Commons via orbit-cs-usa.com

Orbit Communications Systems, an Israeli provider of precision tracking-based communications solutions and airborne audio management systems, announced on Wednesday that a major Asian Navy ordered Orbit's maritime satcom systems totaling approximately $1.1 Million. The order includes several new Ku-band OceanTRx 4 systems, as well as spare parts for existing Orbit systems.

OceanTRx 4 is a 1.15m (45") maritime stabilized VSAT system supporting X, Ku and Ka bands.

“We are encouraged by this significant order from a longstanding customer,” commented Orbit President and CEO, Eitan Livneh. “Naval vessels equipped with our forward-looking OceanTRx 4 systems have a real competitive edge.”

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