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penetration by mitigating rotor masking. Furthermore, the system offers high spectral efficiency and low probability of Intercept (LPI) capabilities, as well as relatively minor integration and installation requirements on board the helicopter. The system enables voice and IP data transmission and includes a 30cm dish antenna, high power amplifier (HPA), modem, and interface to the aircraft avionics.


“ELTA has gained vast experience in designing, integrating, and installing ELK-1891 satcom systems on board various helicopters. Our systems are operational for many years with air forces


worldwide. A few hundred systems are in service and supported by IAI/ELTA, with customers reporting utmost satisfaction. Our expertise has been gained through extensive efforts of working together with the platform manufacturers and end users,” said Nissim Hadas, IAI executive VP and ELTA president. “This is an important contract for ELTA, which proves the maturity and reliability of our satcom product line with a repeat order. Our commitment to providing customers around the world with state- of-the-art communication solutions is firm; we aim to bring the best of breed products to the market.”


©AOPA 24


The number of attack helicopters to be procured


under the recently announced Second Horizon of the Revised Armed Forces of the Philippines Modernization Program.


BY THE NUMBERS 10


The number of seconds a suspect recently pointed a laser at a Dallas police helicopter. The pilots directed ground units to arrest the suspect for “illuminating an aircraft by intense light.”


1,000,000


The number of Christmas trees Holiday Tree Farms in Corvallis, Oregon, cuts within six weeks each Christmas season. They rely on helicopters to reap the harvest in time.


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