Military Embedded Systems

C-130 Multi-Purpose Hatch System to support Special Ops


July 13, 2020

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Get SAT photo.

REHOVOT, Israel. Get SAT, company specializing in small, lightweight satellite communication (SATCOM) terminals for airborne, ground, and maritime applications and R4 Integration, Inc., provider of airborne roll-on/roll-off and shoulder mount communication systems for U.S. and partner government aircraft, announced the completion and airworthiness certification of their C-130 Multi-Purpose Hatch system (MPHS). 

Developed to support roll-on/roll-off requirements of demanding Special Operations customers and to alleviate design concerns of large radomes, the low-profile KA-band MPHS is designed to provide enroute planning C5I support to SOF on all C-130/L-100 variants of aircraft.

Additionally, the commercial and military KA-band solution is desinged to reduce weight by 50% from previous hatch mount solutions.

Based on the micronized, ruggedized, and portable Milli SAT terminal that replaces large and bulky alternatives consisting of multi-modem and control units, the solution aims to leverage Get SAT's efficient flat panel antenna technologies intended to enable fully autonomous operation for high-bandwidth data rates. 


Featured Companies


1750 Tysons Boulevard
Mclean, Virginia 22102