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SSET Shipboard Security Engagement Tactics (US Navy) ), a provider of digital satellite communications products, has launched the SM2000 variable rate closed network digital satellite modem A device used to transmit and receive signals from a satellite transponder. For transmission, it modulates digital data signals from a multiplexing device into a carrier frequency for delivery to an upconverter, amplifier and antenna. . The low data rate SM2000 joins the families of modems including the high data rate SM3000 and Intelsat IDR/IBS compliant SM4000 in offering service providers, systems integrators, and enterprises around the world compact satellite modem solutions.
The SM2000's small size and its full programmability enables companies to simplify equipment logistics, reduce rack space, and meet changing network requirements from 9.6 Kbps to 2.048 Mbps with ease.
"The SM class was designed to meet and exceed customer demands for a compact, yet powerful, solution for their satellite modem requirements," said SSET executive vice president of business development, Mike Wytyshyn. "Now users can take advantage of the SM2000's maximum flexibility in meeting power or bandwidth constraints thanks to its full range of FEC See forward error correction.
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The SM2000 offers a variety of other features that make it competitive to other products. Its built-in nonvolatile 128-event logging simplifies system monitoring and troubleshooting. Menu-driven local control is made simple thanks to a full function keypad and backlit An LCD screen that has its own light source from the back of the screen, making the background brighter and characters appear sharper. LCD display. And a handheld terminal is available for even easier local control of high and low rack locations.
The SM2000 modem begins at the list price of $3,200.
Based in Fremont Calif., SSET Telecom Inc. is a provider of digital satellite communication products worldwide including the iP3 gateway transport product. The iP3 enables system integrators, service providers and global enterprises to leverage satellite's unique capabilities to quickly deploy reliable, revenue-enhancing, mission-critical IP-based services anywhere in the world. SSET can be found on the World Wide Web at www.sset.com.
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