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Inmarsat Approves Paradigm Terminal for GX Service

By | August 27, 2021

The Paradigm HORNET 100GX terminal. Photo: Paradigm/Inmarsat

Inmarsat has approved the Paradigm HORNET 100GX terminal for use over the Global Xpress (GX) network for commercial and military Ka-band. The approval was announced Aug. 26.

The HORNET 100GX flyaway terminal is a compact-sized mobile multi-band solution supplied with the PIM (Paradigm Interface Module). Paradigm says this module is designed to simplify operation, reduce operating costs, and provide a central unit for the integration and operation of satellite terminal hardware. The terminal supports both GX and military Ka-band frequency bands with a single configuration, making it interoperable with military satellite communications systems and GX without any hardware changes.

“We are excited to expand our wide range of Inmarsat type-approved, easy-to-use Ka-band terminals with the HORNET 100GX solution. Our partnership with Paradigm enables us to offer portable, easy to use, always-available data, voice and video communications wherever our customers’ missions demand,” Matt Wissler, CTO of Inmarsat Government, said in a statement.