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The Past Week in Defence #45 (15 March – 21 March...

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In this week’s edition, on the continent, fifteen crew are kidnapped in the Gulf of Guinea and the US military will train Mozambican soldiers. In...

Sat-Com’s new Hammer Head radio ideal for a variety of built-in...

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Namibian radio specialist Sat-Com has developed a new radio, based on its flagship Leopard, which it says offers greater flexibility for fixed and mounted...

Sat-Com expecting boom year in 2021

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Namibian military radio specialist Sat-Com expects to have a boom year in 2021 as it continues to successfully penetrate the international market, launch new...

Sat-Com – Repeater and Re-Broadcasting Systems

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The Sat-Com Leopard1 and Cheetah3 Military Radios are all capable of various modes of communications including Repeater and Re-Bro (Cross Band). Every Sat-Com Manpack SDR...

Sat-Com takes part in Secure Waters Africa conference

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Namibian military radio specialist Sat-Com was one of the participants in the Secure Waters Africa digital conference held last week, and examined the importance...

Sat-Com – Secure and Tactical Communications

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Modern militaries need to communicate securely and effortlessly, between old and new equipment and across different arms of service. Traditionally, defence forces have used...

Afracal 2 Triple Band Power Amplifier: facilitating wide band communications

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One of the flagship products from one of the leading military manufacturing companies in Africa and the world, Sat-Com (Pty) Ltd (Secure And Tactical...

Lightweight and portable: The Cheetah 3 battlefield radio

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Namibian radio specialist Sat-Com has been selling its Cheetah lightweight and portable wideband VHF/UHF radio for many years now, with the radio currently in...

Three communication bands in one package make Sat-Com’s Leopard radio unique

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Namibian communications specialist Sat-Com’s wideband manpack size Leopard radio is relatively unique in the global military radio market as it offers HF, VHF and...

Namibia’s Sat-Com aims for the global market

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Sat-Com is one of the leading military radio manufacturers in Africa, and after cornering the Namibian market the Windhoek-based company is now looking towards...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...