Inmarsat Americas Regional Conference 2019

Event

Showcasing Test Tools and Talking Waveforms in San Diego

GateHouse Telecom once again participates at the Inmarsat Americas Regional Conference. This year’s gathering will take place in San Diego between March 26-28th, and we hope to meet many of our customers and peers.

We look forward to discussing our waveform capabilities and how implementation of a proven waveform can shorten time-to-market for new satellite terminals. Our waveform is one of the most robust and flexible platforms for satellite terminals. So far, more than 100.000 terminals have been delivered with our IP.

We will also be showcasing our satellite link emulators and how these tools can enable thorough testing of your terminals, applications and solutions. Our emulators are typically used by e.g. a terminal manufacturer who wants to test a terminal in a controlled environment or by a supplier of a critical application who wants to perform repeatable tests to prove stability and performance.

If you want to pre-book a meeting with us, please contact Henrik H. Sørensen at hhs@gatehouse.dk, or +45 25 33 88 91.

 

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