Multi-mission ground terminals – transportable multi-band SATCOM
Portable high-speed network connectivity to the edges of the battlespace
The Viasat Multi-Mission Terminal (MMT) provides rapidly deployable broadband for IP communications across the globe. Multi-band and multi-orbital, the Viasat MMT seamlessly adapts to the topology and architecture of your network including mesh, hub/spoke, and point-to-point. Simple, accurate portable SATCOM antenna pointing capabilities is possible with the Viasat CAMP smartphone app. Features include:
With a simple feed-arm swap, the Viasat MMT operates over commercial Ku-, WGS Ka-, ViaSat-1 and ViaSat-2 Ka-, and commercially available X-band constellations. The Viasat MMT is flexible and easily upgradeable for future mission requirements. Ideal for Forward Operating Bases and emergency response operations, the MMT provides operators with a unique combination of multi-level transport diversity and access to Viasat’s high-capacity satellite constellations. For secure and resilient communications, in both benign and contested environments the Viasat MMT is the terminal you can count on.
This government-focused ground terminal modification program provides third-party terminals with regional access to Viasat’s current high-capacity SATCOM networks. Through this program, Viasat is enabling U.S. DoD and coalition forces to use their large inventory of existing ground SATCOM terminals to roam among commercial and purpose-built defense satellite networks, gaining access to a hybrid, multi-network SATCOM architecture.
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The Viasat MMT and other ground SATCOM terminals operating over Viasat’s high-capacity satellite service deliver real-time communications for faster decisions across battlespace. Learn more about MMT services and how to power your fixed, nomadic & COTM terminals with Viasat’s high-capacity network.
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