UltiSat wins CTC task order
UltiSat has received a COMSATCOM Transponded Capacity (CTC) task order from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide C-band and Ku-band bandwidth capacity to the US Air Force (USAF), the company announced on 14 April.
The capacity will support satellite communications training and signal testing at the USAF Space Test and Training Range (STTR) for focused training activities. This task order falls under the Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition Schedule 70 contract vehicle.
Steve Roth, program director, UltiSat, said: 'UltiSat is excited to partner with the STTR to provide space segment capacity to support their training surge event. This will enable USAF units to enhance their ability to diagnose and respond to interference events resulting in a more robust communications capability for our warfighters.'
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