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Morcom International, Inc. - Chantilly, VA
Manufacturer, Service Company
ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of communication systems including direct readout satellite imaging systems. Satellite acquisition & processing system is suitable for the real-time reception & display of geostationary, high resolution images, tracking weather systems & viewing meteorologicaldevelopments. Capable of full coverage of the GOES geostationary satellite with versions available for reception of GMS & METEOSAT. Specifications of imaging systems include 13.7 in. x 5 in. size, 3/4 in. length ISA eight bit card, 128 MHz to 145 MHz IF input frequency, 25 KHz frequency step size, 70 MHz IF frequency bandwidth, -100 dBm to -60 dBm input level, signal strength output up to 3 VDC, 10 ft. parabolic antenna with 45.6 in. focal length, 40.2 dBi gain, 0.38:1 F/D ratio, 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz operating frequency, integrated feed/down converters with 1553.500 MHz LO frequency, 137.5 MHz output frequency, 45 dB gain, 6 in. dia. x 1.5 in. housing, 8 in. flange & 0.8 dB noise figure.
www.morcom.com/satellite_imaging.html
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