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Rangsons Defence to showcase SATCOM, tactical data link solutions at air show

Anil Urs Bengaluru | Updated on February 19, 2019 Published on February 19, 2019

Rangsons Defence Solutions (RSD), a home-grown aerospace product technology company, is to display the SATCOM, heat exchanger, NAVIC receiver and tactical data links at the country’s premier air show – Aero India 2019.

This 25-year-old Mysuru-based company specialises in prototyping, product development, and platform integration services in the aerospace, defence and homeland safety domain.

“The 2019 edition of Aero Show will see our key products on display, including Thermal Management Solutions, Satellite Communications, Tactical Communications and Aviation Tubes & Hoses,” Pavan Ranga, Managing Director, Rangsons Defence Solutions, said.

The company’s products cater to the country’s defence needs and meet global standards. The key products on display are:

Thermal Management Solutions: Airborne heat exchangers designed and developed in-house for the global market. The heat exchangers are cost-effective and have been qualified by the Indian Navy. They are being marketed for the global aerospace and defence industry. The company has productised the air-air and air-liquid versions of these solutions.

Satellite Communications: The SATCOM-on-the-move solutions are efficient and are “easy to install, maintain and upgrade. Our SATCOM products can be line fitted and retrofitted into any airborne platform, with minimal structural modifications,” said Ranga.

“With the ability to stream data from 10MBPS to 40MBPS, the SATCOM is a best fit for defence communications with audio and video, and inflight Wi-Fi for small commercial jets,” he added.

Tactical Communications: Tactical datalink products bring together mono-link capability, with command and control integration features for air-air and air-ground communications.

Aviation Tubes & Hoses: The Tubes and Hoses products combine cost, processes and serve a niche market in creating aviation arteries. These products are a perfect fit for the global aero-engine market, with NADCAP certifications for special processes. Capabilities include tubes, hoses, manifolds.

Published on February 19, 2019

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