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October 13th, 2014

MITEQ's New UPC2 + More On Display In New York

[SatNews] Other products on display will include the 1/3 rack amplifiers and pilot generators with tracking reference. 

Miteq, along with over three hundred of the industry’s companies, will attend the 2014 Satellite and Communications Conference & Expo in New York to feature their latest developments in Satellite Communications (SatCeom).

The SatCom equipment designer and manufacturer will exhibit the following during the two-day long exposition:

UPC2 Uplink Power Control for Critical Ka-band Links

UPC2 Uplink Power Control for Critical Ka-band Links

MITEQ's new UPC2 can control up to 10 independent uplink channels using an intuitive, color touch screen display for programming and status. Remote control is available using Ethernet interface supporting HTTP, Telnet, and SNMP v1 communications. The attenuator channels are offered in IF, or L-Band frequencies.


Pilot Generators with Tracking Reference - PG98 Series

Pilot Generators with Tracking Reference - PG98 Series

The MITEQ pilot generators are designed for advanced satellite communication systems and are available for a wide variety of beacon frequencies. Phase noise, and spurious output have been optimized to provide the user with pilot signals for all video and data applications.


Space-Saving â…“ Rack Amplifier Systems

Space-Saving 1/3 Rack Amplifier Systems

MITEQ offers amplifier systems in the third rack configuration. These unique, full function, space saving amplifiers offer the same performance and options as our full rack units but require 1/3 the rack space of a traditional unit. Space savings 1/3 rack units are only available from MITEQ. These systems are designed to compensate for long cable run loss and can be configured to provide system redundancy in a 1RU package. They are available in all the SATCOM bands.


MITEQ also offers an Amplitude/Slope Equalizer Series, our TRE models. These third rack amplitude/slope equalizer systems offer independent gain and slope adjustment in the IF and L-band frequency bands

For more information, please visit the Miteq infosite http://www.miteq.com/ or visit the team at booth 309 from November 12 - 13 at the Javits Convention Center, New York, New York.