Radeus Labs, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets robust computing solutions and SatCom products for a wide variety of applications and environments, from airborne instrumentation to server racks and satellite antenna-control systems for earth stations. Quality assurance begins with the engineering design and continues through delivery and deployment in the field. Our product availability and customer support are unrivaled in our markets — if you are looking for next-generation equipment and a company that supports what they produce, Radeus Labs has what you are looking for!
July 20, 2018 Radeus Labs has opened a new facet of its support for users of its satellite antenna control systems. Training is to be offered regularly to customers, industry partners, and select others on a space-available basis at its corporate headquarters in Southern California. Topics to be covered include installation and setup, satellites and tracking modes, optimization and ... more → March 27, 2018 “Maintenance friendly” Antenna Drive Unit offers daylight readable angle and signal display. POWAY, CA – March 27, 2018 — Radeus Labs Inc., a market leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance antenna control systems, released a new version of the 8250 Antenna Drive Unit (ADU). The 8250D builds on the quality and robust operation of ... more → August 1, 2017 Additional Tracking Mode Offers a New Twist on Refresh of Data Sets POWAY, CA – August 01, 2017 — Radeus Labs Inc., a market leader in the design and manufacture of high performance antenna control systems, announced today the addition of IESS-412 or more commonly, Intelsat 11-parameter pointing capability to the 8200 antenna control system (ACS). ... more → June 29, 2017 New Features Continue to Grow Model 8200 Antenna Control System Capabilities Poway, CA – June 29, 2017 – Radeus Labs Inc., a market leader in the design and manufacture of high performance antenna control systems, announced today the added capability to provide a 4th-axis of control for the model 8200 antenna control system. Ken Cone, Chief ... more →