Advantech X5420MP X-Band Manpack Satellite Terminal (NEW O.E.M)

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Product Description

Advantech X5420MP X-Band Manpack Satellite Terminal (NEW O.E.M)


· RF, Modem and Power Supply Modules are common to the complete Advantech Wireless ManPack line of terminals
· Supports X- (WGS-certified), Ku-Band and Ka-Bands (military and commercial)
· No Fans – high reliability design that eliminates cooling fans and motors
· Auto Assist Pointing – simple front panel display instructions assist satellite acquisition. NVG Compatible
· High Performance – low loss
· One-man setup, without tools
· Center-fed antenna enables simple frequency/feed swap as well as robust satellite connectivity due to superior wind stability
· Interchangeable reflector panels
· Integrated Advantech Wireless S5420 modem
· Internal GPS

Key Discriminators

Lightweight: Monolithic RF design requires no cooling fans resulting in the smallest, lightest, most reliable terminal available
Simple to Operate: Auto-assist display provides “BGAN like” setup (that an unskilled operator can use to point at the satellite)
Battery Saving Mode: Optional BB 2590 battery available
Multi-Band: Quick change between X, Ku (co-pol and cross-pol) and Ka bands (both Global Express and WGS frequencies supported)
MIL-SPEC Reliability: Purpose-built for tactical environment (MILSTD-810F)


Advantech Wireless family of ManPack terminals was specifically designed for the needs of a dismounted soldier or first responder. They are designed to be jumped or carried and then operate in inhospitable territory.

The ManPack terminal offers several operational and logistical advantages over its competition. The compact design and intelligent packaging concept facilitate one-man setup and operation. The terminal packs up in a backpack which can be placed in the airline overhead compartment. The terminals also include a hard transit case for the backpack so the system can be checked as baggage (

The key electronic modules for this terminal are used across the entire product line. The transceivers, modem assembly and power supply modules can be interchanged (without any tools) among our entire family of terminals with aperture sizes from the 45cm ManPack to the 1.3 meter FlyAway. This architecture simplifies sparing and maintenance at all organizational levels. It further facilitates multi-band operation with only a small incremental increase in terminal size and weight. These features significantly reduce system life cycle costs and logistics footprints.

Operating without fans, the ManPack Satellite Terminal is both rugged and quiet. The easy to use auto-assist pointing enables fast satellite acquisition by minimally trained personnel. The absence of automated mechanical / electrical pointing and tracking mechanisms increases reliability and ensures that there are no single point failures that would compromise the mission.

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