Avanti Communications Demonstrates Satellite on the Move Capabilities with GetSat’s MicroSat Terminal
June 28, 2018
Avanti Communications Group plc (“Avanti”), a leading provider of satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”), and GetSat, a pioneer in micronised, integrated satellite terminals, has successfully demonstrated the outstanding potential of modern Satellite on the Move (SOTM) capabilities.
During the demonstration, a low SWaP GetSat MicroSat terminal was installed on a vehicle, and a GetSat Microhub modem installed in Avanti’s Gateway Earth Station in Cyprus. The demo achieved impressive data traffic rates of up to 8.5Mbps, from a vehicle moving at speed, via Avanti’s HYLAS 2 Ka-band satellite, showcasing Avanti’s network ability to stream live HD-quality video or surveillance imagery and data traffic for military and government users.
The strategic partnership between Avanti and GetSat offers significant capability enhancements to support military and government organisations in the provision of very small, flexible, agile and portable satellite communications across EMEA. The collaboration will enable military and government users to maximise the benefits of High Throughput Satellite broadband and take full advantage of high capacity data traffic, including full motion video and other C4ISR applications, even when on the move.
Having successfully demonstrated the exceptional throughputs achievable from Avanti and GetSat, both companies will now seek to further develop the capability. The US Army has recently chosen GetSat’s MicroSat terminal as a critical enabler for mobile satellite connectivity.
Graham Peters, Managing Director of Avanti Government, said “The partnership between Avanti’s High Throughput Ka-band technology and GetSat’s ground-breaking Satellite on the Move technology provides a capability that has enormous potential for military and Government users. We are proud to be working with GetSat and look forward to collaboratively supporting our Government and Military customers.”
Kfir Benjamin, Chief Executive Officer of GetSat, said “Avanti’s Ka-band satellite broadband has allowed us to fully demonstrate the capability of the GetSat technology. We are extremely proud of the equipment we have created, and it is therefore extremely important to be able to find a carrier that allows us to fully maximise its potential. The combination of GetSat and Avanti will add real depth and much higher capacities to our existing offerings and allow us to support the needs of our users for high data C4ISR traffic in remote locations and while on the move.”
GetSAT’s Chief Technology Officer has been chosen to speak at IET MilSatCom in London
June 13, 2018
GetSAT is proud to announce that Chief Technology Officer and company co-founder Oleg Roitberg has been chosen to speak at IET MilSatCom in London. Roitberg will speak at the Flat Panel Workshop organized by VT iDirect on 13 June 2018.
VT iDirect's Dave Davis, Technical Director, Global Service Provider Group and vice-chair of the IET MilSatcom conference commented “When we decided to introduce a workshop on innovative antenna technology, GetSAT's involvement was always going to be sought. The workshop will enable GetSAT to showcase their InterFLAT technology and explain how their terminals' size weight and power (SWaP) is changing the game. With a flexible approach and GetSAT's rapid development cycles and technical know-how, their teams are truly at the cutting edge of high performance MilSatcom technology."
GetSAT CTO, Oleg Roiberg stated, “The unique advantage of GetSAT's compact, lightweight ultra-low power consuming systems is that no user ever compromises on quality, size, power or weight. With deployments in three continents – and more to come – our terminals are successfully engaging in critical missions around the globe. We are very happy for this opportunity to present out technologies to new audiences via our partners at VT iDirect."
GetSAT Wins Multi-Million Dollar Deal with U.S. Government
March 9, 2018
GetSAT’s Micronized SatCom Terminals Used by U.S. Agencies in Ground and Maritime Applications
Rehovot, Israel: 5 March 2018 , GetSAT, an innovator in lightweight satellite communication terminals for ground, airborne, and maritime applications, today announced that the U.S. Government selected GetSAT’s MicroSAT and MilliSAT L/M (land and maritime) versions for providing maritime and ground-based secure communications-on-the-move (COTM) applications. The deal is worth an undisclosed multi-million dollar amount. GetSAT will highlight these product lines at its Satellite Show booth (#749) in Washington, D.C., 13-15 March, 2018.
GetSat's micronized communications terminals are based on the company's patented fully-interlaced InterFLAT panel technology for transmitting and receiving signals on the same panel. Meeting the demanding requirements of full time usage in harsh environments, these rugged satellite on the move (SOTM) terminals offer significant savings in size, weight, and power usage.
GetSAT CEO, Kfir Benjamin reported, “Our selection by the U.S. Government is not a surprise. Rather it is a testament to our platforms meeting a myriad of mission critical operations parameters. Soon, GetSat's InterFLAT panel technology, as well as our platforms, will become common names throughout the industry as we continue to provide leading edge communications on the move solutions, platforms and technologies."
Constructed in a super-light compact installation, GetSAT's L/M platforms are micronized, fully integrated, on the move rugged terminals. Based on built-in InterFLAT panel technology, all L/M terminals are easy to deploy and integrate, and can be outfitted with various antenna sizes in accordance with bandwidth requirements of ground, air and marine applications. Its unique all-in-one design including BUC and modem is optimized for harsh environments specs and its ultra-low power consuming platform is compatible with Ka and Ku-Band applications.
MicroSat L/M has options for both the Ka and Ku bands, providing autonomous operation for transmitting and receiving bandwidth data rates at more than 10 Mbps. This midsized terminal offers unprecedented bandwidth that can be hand carried in any environment.
MilliSAT L/M Ka is a medium lightweight portable on-the-move Ka-Band satellite terminal solution. MilliSat enables fully autonomous transmission and reception of high bandwidth data rates of more than 20 Mbps.
About GetSAT: A privately held company located in Rehovot, Israel, GetSAT Communications provides affordable, portable, and extremely efficient antenna and terminals that offer high-data-rate communications for ground, air, and maritime applications. GetSAT provides services for government and military use, enterprises, first responders, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and humanitarian groups. For more information, visit
Continuing its Industry Innovation, GetSAT Introduces the Highest-Efficiency Electronically Steerable Antenna (ESA)
March 1, 2017

Building on its success in 2016, GetSAT will showcase its latest innovation, the Ka -Band electronic steerable antenna (ESA), at the Satellite 2017 conference, 7-9 March 2017 in Washington, DC.

GetSAT's success integrating electronic steering capabilities within its innovative flat-panel antenna overcomes the size, cost, power, scalability, and bandwidth limitations of most electronically steerable antennas seen by our customers today.

By combining signal transmission and reception onto a single panel, the GetSAT ESA is the smallest minimum-profile antenna available. The antennas efficiency is greater than 60% and is still able to provide 2GHz wide bandwidth to support the commercial and military Ka-band frequency range. GetSAT offers multiple sizes (4x4in., 8x8in., and 12x12in.), which provides cost-effective options for low- and/or high-bandwidth applications to its land, sea, and air customers.

We are putting our customers first as cost, modularity, and performance, go hand and hand. Our thought process was to develop cost-effective, high-performance, low-profile capabilities and we have succeeded with our latest offering, the GetSAT ESA. We look forward to continuing to listen to our customers and design hardware and software that exceeds their expectations, said CEO Kfir Benjamin.

Building an ESA has multiple challenges that are very hard to overcome. Using our InterFLAT technology we were able to solve most of those challenges, said Oleg Roitberg, CTO. One of them is the traditional use of two panels one for receipt and one for transmission. By combining them onto a single panel we are able to offer a small, compact, and efficient solution that exceeds all previous thresholds for current offerings.

In addition GetSAT has launched several new products that offer significant savings in antenna size, weight, and power (SWaP) parameters whilst providing very high throughput.

MicroSAT: GetSAT has expanded its MicroSAT flat-panel product line, including the option for interchangeability between Ka and Ku bands, which provides for reliable and efficient HD voice, video, and data applications in all environments. Its 2017 offerings also include:

  • MicroSAT-Ku: This is the smallest, lightest all-inclusive portable Ku-band satellite terminal solution in today's market for transmit and receive of high bandwidth data rates of more than 6Mbps (MicroSAT-Ka offers data rates of more than 10Mbps).
  • MicroSAT-LW: At only 11.2 lbs, this product comprises an antenna, 25W BUC, and DVB-S2X-compliant modem and is the lightest ultracompact system now available. Its modular approach allows for easy transition from Ku to Ka band.
  • MicroSAT-LM: The IP67-compliant, fully integrated MicroSAT-LM, allows for the easiest all-in-one, carry-on-carry-off package on any ground or maritime platform. It is rugged and built to survive the harshest environments either at sea or on land.

MilliSAT: At just 22 lbs., this midsized DVB-SX2 COTM terminal offers unprecedented bandwidth that can be hand carried in any environment. Designed for easy installation, it provides fully autonomous operations for both transmission and receipt of rates of more than 20 Mbps and is available for Ku and Ka bands.

Using the SX-3000 from SatixFy, GetSAT now offer's the following ultracompact, low-power products for a range of applications:

MicroHUB: This universal 19" 1U rack-mounted hub can support up to four DVB-SX2 modems, is portable, has integrated management, and offers the flexibility of scaling the hub depending on budget or level of communication needs. MicroHUB supports data rates from 10Kbps to 500Mbps.

MicroMODEM: This fully ruggedized modem for the air, land, and sea market is the smallest currently available product, supports 10Kbps to 500MBps, and includes a very low signal to noise ratio (VLSNR) feature that allows it to work at -9dB SNR below the noise floor. The modem comes integrated into the GetSAT terminal or as a standalone.

About GetSAT

A privately held company located in Rehovot, Israel, GetSAT Communications provides affordable, portable, and extremely efficient antenna and terminals that offer high-data-rate communications for ground, air, and maritime applications. GetSAT provides services for government and military use, enterprises, first responders, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and humanitarian groups.

SatixFy and GetSat Announce First COTM Terminal Operating in DVB-S2X Very Low SNR Mode
February 28, 2017
SatixFy, a leading provider of baseband modem and antenna chips, products and solutions, together with GetSat, a breakthrough COTM terminal solution provider, are pleased to announce the live testing and commercial availability of an integrated terminal solution based on SatixFy's SX-3000 baseband chip. In testing, the GetSat terminal successfully operated at -9dB VLSNR on multiple platforms.

This is the first product in the market based on DVB-S2X VLSNR mode, demonstrating operation at these SNR levels, which opens up a variety of new applications using compact terminals for government, military and commercial needs.

"SatixFy is the first company to provide a fully integrated chip that supports the complete DVB-S2X standard, including both mandatory and all optional features," said Yoel Gat, CEO of SatixFy. "Our partnership with GetSat leverages a capability of the DVB-S2X standard that enables applications over compact terminals that have been very hard to support by satellite technology – from ultra-small man packs to new UAV solutions to the expansion of machine-to-machine communication over satellite. We are ensuring our customers can meet current and future opportunities to gain a sustainable advantage in their markets."
"Working with SatixFy enables us to provide our customers with the best-in-class SWaP and the most advanced satellite communication capabilities in the market today," said Kfir Benjamin, CEO of GetSat. "The rich feature set that SatixFy supports is delivered in the smallest and most integrated chip in the market. This enables us to design a very compact and low power solution which is highly appreciated by our customers."
About SatixFy SatixFy is a leading provider of baseband modem and antenna chips, products and solutions that deliver highest performance with radically reduced cost, size, weight and power. SatixFy also delivers advanced Terminals, Payloads and Gateway equipment. SatixFy is at the forefront of designing the most advanced satellite payloads with on-board-processing, multi-beams and beam hopping as well as indoor/outdoor VSAT systems.
About GetSat GetSAT is the leading provider of Micronized Satellite Terminals. The InterFlat is the latest breakthrough in antenna panel technology, providing the world's highest efficiency performance in the smallest package. Combining the InterFlat with a state-of-the-art control and tracking mechanism, creates the most powerful and fully contained satellite terminal system. The InterFlat is a leap forward in capability and SWaP, enabling us to provide truly portable, full duplex, wide-band satellite communications.
GetSAT customers include top tier defense, commercial and technology companies.
The GetSAT team is composed of industry-leading experts with multi-disciplinary skills, dedicated to providing an exceptional, agile and affordable customer experience.  
GetSAT to Introduce Innovative Ka-Band Products to US Market
February 14, 2016

GetSAT to Introduce Innovative Ka-Band, Flat-Panel Products to US Market

Based on its InterFLAT Antenna Technology, GetSAT,s Unique Terminals Are a Leap Forward for  Affordable, Portable Access to the High Data Rates Available on Ka-Band Satellites

 Rehovot, Israel, 22 February 2016 , GetSAT, an innovator in miniaturized satellite communication terminals for ground, airborne, and maritime applications, will introduce three flat-panel terminals to the US market at Satellite 2016, 8-10 March 2016 in Washington, DC. Using GetSAT's Ka-band antenna technology, InterFLAT, these new terminals offer significant savings in their size, weight, and power (SWaP) parameters and they provide improved performance, reduced life-cycle costs, and enhanced operational success.

The industry norm for flat-panel systems in this market is to bundle two separate antennas, one transmit (30GHz) and one receive (20 GHz), into a single bulky unit. InterFLAT uses interlace technology to combine the signal transmission and reception onto a single panel. At less than an inch in depth (23mm) InterFLAT offers a very thin, light, and compact antenna that produces 63% efficiency for better performance. InterFLAT antennas are 50% smaller, reduce heating, and lower costs for a more effective alternative to a traditional unit.

Ka-band antennas are technically challenging because the transmit and receive channels operate at different frequencies and are difficult to combine, said Kfir Benjamin, CEO, GetSAT. By designing a unique structure -- a small, very high-efficiency antenna -- we have overcome this hurdle by using interlace technology , making it possible for affordable on-the-move broadband via easy-to-carry manpacks. From soldiers needing battlefield telemetry to first responders requesting triage from a hospital to remote locations inaccessible to vehicles, GetSat provides these lightweight broadband products for global, real-time voice, video, and data.

The SWaP improvements of the smaller panel also lead to a highly integrated unit with smaller and lighter mechanics and smart electronics that reduce out-of-the box components, including the controller, which is miniaturized and built into the antenna. In addition, GetSAT products are modem agnostic and give the customer the choice to use their preferred box.

GetSAT will introduce three transformative products at Satellite 2016.

MicroSAT. A small lightweight portable on-the-move (OTM) terminal that is extremely light at 8.8 lbs. (4 kg) for ground application, and 6.6 lbs. (3 kg) for air applications. Designed for compact installation, it provides fully autonomous operation for transmit and receive of high-bandwidth data rates of up to 10 Mbps.

NanoSAT. At 4.4 lbs. (2 kg) this ultralightweight, low-profile portable is designed for ultracompact installations for hand carried and mobile applications. It provides autonomous operation for transmit and receive of high bandwidth data rates of more than 2 Mbps.

CaseSAT. This small suitcase has all the benefits of the MicroSAT, packed in a briefcase that can be hand carried for quick deployment. Weighing 15.6 lbs. (7 kg), CaseSAT includes the antenna system, block up converter (BUC), and modem and is truly a portable manpack.

About GetSAT

A privately held company located in Rehovot, Israel, GetSAT Communications provides affordable, portable, and extremely efficient Ka-band antennas and terminals that offers high data rate communications for ground, air, and maritime applications. GetSat provides services for government and military use, enterprises, first responders, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and humanitarian groups. For more information visit