Lite Coms LLC announces new orders for VSAT terminals and their new Tactical Modem Assembly (TMA)

By March 23, 2013June 16th, 2020Press Releases

Lite Coms LLC announces new orders for VSAT terminals and their new Tactical Modem Assembly (TMA) to be delivered to users in Columbus, GA.

This Carbon Fiber antenna was selected for performance and small total volume.  The antenna will be used with the Lite Coms TMA.  This advanced Tactical Modem has an integrated iDirect 950 satellite modem and is the smallest, lightest tactical packaging of this modem on the market. The Lite Sat TMA-950-Thas a feature rich LCD display, multiple data ports, along with both ethernet and serial control ports.

Lite Coms has listened closely to the customer needs and desires to achieve the best physical layout and a Human Machine Interface on the market.  Lite Coms goal is to ensure that their products provides both Comms Operators and General Purpose Users a simple yet feature rich experience.  The Lite Sat TMA-950-T has also been integrated into the Lite Coms 1.3 and 2.2 meter auto acquire terminals.

“The growing confidence the user community is showing in the offerings of Lite Coms is very exciting.  We have customers around the globe coming to us to give them higher throughput, innovative packaging, and a more efficient user experience.  We do all of this in a fraction of the time of our competition” stated President and CEO Bob Jacobson.

“Lite Coms is excited to be showing the market the breadth of our product offering at the Satellite 2020 show in Washington DC this week.” said Andrew Colaruotolo, Sr Director of Programs and Operations at Lite Coms.  “We believe customers will be extremely impressed with the both the number of new products and the performance we have achieved in a very short time.”

Building the ‘right’ products in ‘record time’ has been a fundamental of the Lite Coms team.  They have a long history of success and are continuing on that same path today.

Lite Coms will be displaying many of their new products in Booth 1324 at the Satellite 2020 show in Washington DC this week. 2020.satshow.com