PathFinder to Provide Vehicle Mount SATCOM Terminals to the US Army

PathFinder Digital has received a follow-on contract by General Dynamics Mission Systems for the production and delivery of BAT-750 MVSAT terminals for integration and use on the US Army Prophet Program. PathFinder Digital's BAT-750 is a fly-away and/or vehicle mount satellite communications terminal that operates in the Ku band. PathFinder's BAT-1214 and BAT-850 terminals operate in the Ka, Ku and X band. PathFinder began supplying the Prophet Program MVSAT solutions in 2010 when it was asked to develop mobile ground system VSAT terminals that were Tri-band (Ku, Ka and X) for immediate deployment on the Trojan network as well as future deployment on WIN-T. 

PathFinder Digital has also received a follow-on order by General Dynamics Mission Systems for upgrades and resets to PathFinder's BAT-750 satellite terminals. Upgrades include the integration of a new antenna control unit and modem, installation of EMI filters, and installation of enhancements to reduce vibration of the antenna while operating on military M-ATVs in harsh terrain. Reset of the terminals to fully operational condition is also part of the scope of work.

PathFinder specializes in the development of mobile ground terminal satellite communications solutions engineered to meet the unique and particular needs of each project, primarily for military and government agency programs. Learn more about Pathfinder's Antenna Systems & Terminals.