Anti-Jam (AJ)/Lower Probability of Intercept (LPI)/Lower Probability of Detection (LPD), assured connectivity for America’s military is a current and growing requirement for operation in the contested and Anti-Access/Area Denial (A2/AD) warfighting environment. While AEHF can provide the on-orbit capacity to support tactical users, current AEHF terminals are too large and are unaffordable to support the numbers needed for tactical mission requirements. Comtech has developed the P-Ultra terminal for applications from Comm-at-the-Quick Halt to fixed installations. The design for P-Ultra leverages Comtech’s Ultra terminal and the electronics from the P-Ultra program to provide a very low cost, protected capability for stationary users. The P-Ultra is compatible with the AEHF satellite constellation and is forward compatible with a constellation of more than ten satellites. AEHF enables multiple access points worldwide, and management of the terminals in theatre, from CONUS, or other remote locations. The P-Ultra can support a range of XDR narrowband and wideband modes from 75 bps to 8 Mbps Uplink and 150 bps to 4Mbps downlink. The terminal can support any number of users within a Local Area Network (LAN) connected to the terminal via an appropriate router and data encryption device.