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Eclipse to Display at SATELLITE 2019 in D.C.

The Eclipse Composite Engineering team will be displaying our 1m Pioneer series segmented carbon fiber reflector at this year’s SATELLITE 2019 show in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.

Eclipse Composite Engineering has developed a series of affordable “commercial-off-the-shelf” (COTS) carbon fiber antenna systems. Designed for use in emergency, exploratory, and defense operations, the robust segmented system is easily transportable and deploys rapidly.

The Pioneer line includes 60cm, 80cm, 1m, and now 1.3m segmented reflectors for Ka, Ku, and X-band operations. These carbon fiber reinforced parabolic reflectors are lightweight yet robust.

Some of the features of the Pioneer line include:

·       Compact, Lightweight Design

·       Lighter than compatible metallic systems

·       Multi-band (X, Ku, Ka-band) carbon fiber reflector

·       Removable feed

·       Identical, interchangeable petals

·       No tools required

·       Tested 45km/h wind load conditions

·       Operated in military-grade environments for more than a decade

·       Painted options available

·       Patented design

·       Highly reflective materials

Visit booth #2242 to obtain product specifications, pricing, or to learn more about Eclipse’s capabilities for COTS reflectors, custom builds, and general composites development and manufacturing.

About SATELLITE 2019

SATELLITE 2019 is the largest and most important global satellite technology event of the year. The SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition will take place on May 6-9, 2019 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C.

About Eclipse Composite Engineering 

Established in 2006, Eclipse Composite Engineering, Inc. of Salt Lake City is a ISO9001 certified designer and manufacturer of lightweight military-grade SATCOM antenna technology, which incorporates state-of-the-art conductive and nanomaterials. The technology incorporated into these products provide the warfighter with a smaller, more durable, lighter antenna geometry that is collapsible for effective transport into the theater of operation.