Paradise Datacom Ltd. was founded in 1989 in Essex, United Kingdom, and specialized in the design and manufacture of IBS/IDR framing units and a line of satellite modems. The USA subsidiary, Paradise Datacom LLC, was formed in 1997, and acquired the Locus Communications products group of ITT, with a history in satellite communications engineering dating back to 1968. Paradise Datacom also acquired the SierraCom VSAT product line in 2002 and in 2004 was acquired by global aerospace, digital imaging, instrumentation and engineering conglomerate Teledyne.
Teledyne has retained the brand name Paradise Datacom. Today this company is based in Pennsylvania, USA and has regional offices in USA, UK, China and Thailand. Paradise Datacom equipment range includes a variety of satellite modems, solid state power amplifiers (SSPA), low noise amplifiers (LNA), block up converters (BUC) and associated redundancy subsystems. The company provides a full spectrum of innovative satellite modem and RF products to satisfy commercial and defence applications worldwide and users include the USA military, European military, defence, electronics and aerospace companies and the communication industry.
In addition to this range Paradise Datacom equipment, the company also provides support and solutions for companies requiring SSPA systems, outdoor and indoor SSPAs, indoor and outdoor block up converters, paired carrier multiple access, IF & L band modems and low noise amplifiers and LNA/LNB systems.
In recent news, Paradise Datacom announced the launch of the Q-FlexV™ broadcast satellite modem/modulator, a solution designed specifically for ASI and IP DVB video broadcasting.