• GRC and Avanti announce compatibility approval for SandFly Ka band antenna system

    Following rigorous type approval testing, GRC's new four piece carbon fibre manual fly away satellite system has been endorsed for use on Avanti Communications' fleet of Ka-band satellites.

    The market leading combination of the new GRC SandFly system and Avanti's high quality satellite technology provides a cost effective mobile satellite solution for all users requiring a flexible, mobile Ka-band service. Avanti is a leading global satellite operator, with vast experience of deploying high speed data communications to consumers, enterprises, governments and carrier services beyond the reach of fibre.

    The new GRC SandFly antenna is designed to transmit and receive operation in Ka-band, providing an extremely light-weight segmented reflector that is easily transported in a handheld transit case.

  • GRC extends business development team

    In line with its overall strategy for growth, GRC Ltd has announced the appointment of two senior personnel to newly created business development roles. Jeremy Habberley and Tony Talbot have joined the company in positions designed to expand its share of the mission critical communication market, both within the UK and globally.

    Jeremy is heading up business development and will rely on GRC's entire mission critical communications portfolio to achieve growth, including the recently launched iGMTT mobile talk-through solution and the market leading 'office in a box' Scytale product. Meanwhile, Tony's focus will be on selling and supporting GRC's extensive range of satellite products and services, including the recently released Sandfly satellite antennae.