Sperry MCS2B SatCom INMARSAT Type Approved

—Literature Available Sperry Corporation, Charlottesville, Va., recently received full type approval of its INMARSAT MCS2B satellite communicator by INMARSAT.

"The MCS2B represents a major new direction in shipboard communications, as it features the first ruggedized marine computer ever included as a standard, integral part of a ship's earth station," said C.R.

Kenney, vice president of marketing at Sperry's Charlottesville operation.

George Tsirimokos, satellite communications project manager, stated: "This imaginative departure from standard type satcoms is truly exciting. In addition to the new MCS2 series ship earth station and its ruggedized 300 MC marine computer, a complete set of software programs for personnel administration, payroll, planned ship maintenance, cargo loading and spares inventory is available to the user from Sperry." For further information, including free detailed literature on Sperry's MCS2 series ship earth station, ruggedized 300 MC marine computer and software programs, Circle 47 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 65,  Sep 1986

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