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  • Ka-band radio characterisation for SatCom services in arctic and high latitude regions

    Satellite services in the High North are utilised extensively for both communication purposes and for earth and climate observations. The project results are based on up to three year measurements at 20 GHz with co-sited meteorological data. They suggest that services can be provided with 99 % availability for systems with elevation angles as low as 3.2.

  • HRDCP

    The project’s first objective was the development of a Data Collection Platform Transmitter for METEOSAT HRDCP as well as for SRDCP and GOES. The transmitter is an essential component within autonomous DCPs working in environments with little or even no infrastructure for communication and electrical power supply. The second objective was the definition and prototype implementation of a New Air DCP radio interface, the Enhanced DCP (EDCP) providing a service to a wider range of applications.

  • Definition of Propagation Elements for System Design of Broadband Satellite Systems in Ka and Q/V Band

    This projects aims to review and develop channel models, data and tools tailored for the design of High-Capacity Flexible Broadband Satellite Systems operating (Q/V and Ka Band) with a major focus on future system at Q/V Band.

  • L-Band SSPA

    A high efficiency GaN based SSPA for avionics SATCOM applications has been developed. High efficiency with large HPA output back-off brought in by the Doherty architecture and digital pre-distortion linearisation provides passive cooling, flexibility of installation and size and cost savings.

  • High Power Q Band Isolator

    The project was to design, manufacture and test a Q-Band 100 Watt class isolator EM capable to operate in full reverse power.