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Eurosatory: Cobham launches combined antenna and mast package

Posted 11 June 2018 · Add Comment

Cobham Antenna Systems has announced the launch of a new product offering of combined antenna and mast packages at Eurosatory (11th to 15th June, Paris).

Above: Cobham’s Link16 high gain omni-directional antenna, composite nine metre mast, interface cables and ancillaries.

Customers are now able to contact Cobham to receive combined antenna and mast expertise from a single source supplier. Customers are also able to order the optimum combination of Cobham’s antennas, masts, mounting kits, mast interfaces and guying accessories from a single point within Cobham Antenna Systems.

Other customer-specified items, relevant to rapid deployment systems, such as filters, cables, combiners, lightning arrestors, can also be combined into the packages.

Packages can be supplied in a customer-defined case to meet various environmental and mil-standards. Cases will be supplied with foam inserts providing excellent protection to the installed components.

An example of the rapid deployment packages available will be on display on Cobham’s stand at Eurosatory in the UK Pavilion.

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