Maritel Commissions Its First Marisat Terminal —Literature Available

Maritel, Inc. has announced the commissioning of the first JUE- 15A Marisat Terminal. The unit, aboard the Chevron vessel George M. Keller, represents the first installation of the new "Third Generation" JUE-15A terminal from Japan Radio Company, Ltd. (JRC) of Tokyo. The JUE-15A design e v o l v e d f r om a continuing research and development program and the experience of over 100 Marisat installations by Maritel and JRC around the world.

Maritel reports the JUE-15A is in full production and over 50 orders have been received for the JUE-15A to date. The new terminal was designed to have complete flexibility in adding communications and data-processing options, particularly in light of the expanded capabilities expected with the Inmarsat System.

The company recently expanded its technical staff and moved to larger facilities located at 139 Old Solomon's Island Road, Annapolis, Md. 21401.

Full literature on the JUE-15A Terminal may be obtained by writing to David King, Maritel, Inc., Dept. MR, at the above address.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 54,  Oct 1980 New Hampshire

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