Industry News: Contracts (Aug. 2007)

By | August 1, 2007 | Industry At Large

ND SatCom Wins Polish Deal

ND SatCom will supply Earth stations for one of the largest direct-to-home operators in Eastern Europe.
Poland’s Canal+ Cyfrowy awarded ND SatCom a contract to provide ground stations for the operator’s new digital TV platform headquarters in Warsaw. The contract includes two uplinks and a downlink system through which Canal+ Cyfrowy will broadcast TV channels, including high-definition programming.

Rockwell Collins To Provide GPS Receivers For Army Program

The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command awarded a contract to Rockwell Collins to supply GPS receivers for the Ground-Based GPS Receiver Application Module program.
The contract, with a five-year base period and a five-year option, could be valued at up to $300 million. The government has placed an initial $14 million order for units, Rockwell Collins said.

SatCom Wins U.S. Government Contract

SatCom Group Holdings received a contract to supply satellite airtime to the U.S. Navy.
The first year’s share of a five-year deal is valued at about $10 million.

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