The military’s push to improve its communication systems with beyond-line-of-sight capabilities is spurring companies to expand their satcom on-the-move offerings.
One of the Pentagon’s most high-profile satellite communication efforts is the mobile user objective system, or MUOS. Lockheed Martin is providing the Navy with technology that will act via a constellation of five satellites and four ground stations.
Designed to allow servicemembers to connect globally, the program is intended to replace the service’s legacy ultra-high frequency communication system. READ MORE...
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