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  • CSCE

    The mission of the CSCE project is to develop supporting technologies enabling agile and effective cyber-security services, including education and training, operations, research, experimentation, test & evaluation, supporting the needs of the European space community as well as the wider aerospace, humanitarian, critical infrastructure, and defence & security communities.

  • Triple Band Feed Horn

    The triple band feed horn is addressing the increasing use of Ka-band payloads for broadband applications on satellite orbital slots that also provide TV services in Ku-band. This means that space assets at the same orbital slot can be used to deliver these services to end-user households via a single antenna.

  • EPC HT

    The objective was to design, manufacture and test a high voltage power module breadboard within electronic power conditioners to enable operations at higher temperatures. An evaluation was performed on critical identified components specifically on Silicon Carbide High Voltage Diodes and High Voltage Capacitors. In the frame of this project, TAS-B has also evaluated a new technology item in order to sustain high temperature environment in potted HV Module.

  • MOB PPP

    Through the Artes C&G R&D project “MOB PPP” (Pre & Post Processors for L-band and S-band Digital Beam Forming GEO Mobiles) with ESA, Kongsberg Norspace has designed, developed and successfully qualified an EQM suitable for pre & post processing of digital beam forming L- & S- band mobile services satellites

  • Sat>IP WiFi Hotspot

    The Sat>IP WiFi Hotspot idea is a device that closely integrates a traditional SAT>IP server and standard WiFi router into a single system. Primarily the device will be used in public spaces to convert broadcast linear TV into IP and multicast it over a network to a potentially large number of mobile (wirelessly connected) client devices.