TORONTO – Baylin Technologies Inc. (“Baylin”) (TSX: BYL) today announced that its subsidiary, Advantech Wireless Technologies Inc., (“Advantech”), has received an order from a NATO member country for over one million dollars of its X-Band line of SSPAs and BUCs which are designed for strategic wide band military applications.
Randy Dewey, Baylin President and CEO, explains “These military grade X-Band Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) and Block Up Converters (BUCs), are designed and produced by Advantech to meet the stringent requirements of military standards for large data rates and wide bandwidth applications.”
The latest generation of X-Band SSPAs features exceptional linearity and operating efficiency and are built to deliver outstanding performance in the most challenging environments. These high power X-Band SSPA’s are designed to provide very high throughput for large strategic military satellite teleports in any environmental condition.
John Restivo, President of Advantech Wireless, further clarifies: “In the last few years we have seen a significant migration from the traditional way of designing large satellite uplinks. Our customers are adopting Advantech’s solid state technology and phasing out the old Klystrons and TWTs which are reaching end of life. The new technology’s advantages include massive OPEX reduction and increased teleport technological capabilities”.
Baylin (TSX: BYL) is a diversified leading global wireless technology management company. Baylin focuses on research, design, development, manufacturing and sales of passive and active RF products and services. We aspire to meet our customers’ needs and anticipate the direction of the market.
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