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Rick Lober: Hughes Unveils HM System With SCMA Waveform Tech

Rick Lober
Rick Lober

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 12,  2015 — Hughes Network Systems has launched the HM System to support the mobility and portability needs of satellite network users via bandwidth sharing, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

“The basis of the new HM System is our advanced waveform technology based on very low-rate coding and new multiple access techniques, ” said Rick Lober, vice president and general manager of Hughes’ defense and intelligence systems division.

The company said Nov. 5 the system utilizes its scrambled code multiple access waveform and software-definable modem technology.

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