mobile earth terminal

mobile earth terminal

[‚mō·bəl ′ərth ‚tər·mən·əl]
(communications)
An antenna small enough to fit in a briefcase or suitcase, used for satellite communications, especially by news-service reporters at locations that cannot be accessed by conventional transportable satellite news-gathering terminals. Abbreviated MET.
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DataPath is a provider of every class of satellite system procured under the GTACS contract including man-pack terminals, fly-away antennas, trailer-based terminals, mobile earth terminal vehicles, and large-scale earth terminals.
subsidiary in Maryland, includes 1,000 mobile earth terminals, satellite service and associated technical support.
Customer Is Value-Added Reseller in Venezuela -- Order Includes 500 Mobile Earth Terminals To Be Used By Truckers
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