Paradigm is attending both these shows in September. Please call us to arrange a meeting. The Swarm45 ultra-portable, easy-to-use flat panel terminal will be on display at all these events – contact us to find out more. DSEI 2017, ExCel, London, 12-15 Sep: Stand N9-501 IBC 2017, RAI, Amsterdam, 15-19
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The Swarm45 ultra portable, fast and easy-to-use flat panel terminal adds GX to its other high throughput satellite type approvals. Read more here or contact our sales team.
Paradigm is attending both these shows this March – please call us to arrange a meeting. The Swarm45 ultra-portable, easy-to-use flat panel terminal will be on display at all these events – contact us to find out more. Satellite 2017, Washington DC, 6-9 Mar – Stand 923 CABSAT, Dubai, 21-23
Paradigm is attending these 3 shows during Q1 of this year – please call us to arrange a meeting: Mobile Deployable Communications, Warsaw 1-3 Feb – Hall Baltic 1 Satellite 2017, Washington DC, 6-9 Mar – Stand 923 CABSAT, Dubai, 21-23 Mar – Hall 7, Stand A7-20 The exciting Swarm45
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International charity Save the Children International recently used Paradigm’s test facility to train key field personnel in satellite and radio communications. Focussing on quick, trouble-free setup and deployment of communications equipment, a small group of international team members from the charity spent a week at Paradigm’s world-class facility in Alton,
PARADIGM RELEASES ULTRA PORTABLE KA-BAND TERMINAL. The new Swarm45 –high data rates, one-case portability, on-air in minutes. Paradigm’s new Swarm45 flat panel terminal offers ultra portable communications utilising high-throughput Ka-Band satellite constellations. Its simplicity and tool-free assembly and alignment make it ideally suited for news gathering, exploration and emergency-response
Paradigm are in the process of shipping multiple VSAT systems out for an EU-funded project, which will serve over 50 countries in the developing African market. The African programme has been setup to enable improved management of the environment at continental, regional and national levels throughout the region. Paradigm has
All too often, VSAT communication is viewed as complicated and cumbersome. Any advancement in simplifying terminal setup and developing methods for easy, accurate pointing will benefit the VSAT market. However, in order to increase the accessibility of VSAT the industry faces further challenges. The demand for greater bandwidth, the availability