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SOTM guy checking in

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Nov 29th, 2011 at 2:05am  
Greetings all.  I am new to the forum, but I have been in the SOTM game for about 7 years.  There are a lot of new technologies out there and quite a bit of momentum in the industry.  Stopping to point your pop-up 1-3 meter dish is no longer good enough for military and commercial customers.  I have personally integrated a Ku 24 inch terminal on a fishing boat, Ku/Ka/X band vehicle mobile in 17/20/24/30in flavors, and Ku/X/Inmarsat airborne in the last 7 years.

I am looking forward to hearing what new equipment everybody else is playing around with these days.
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