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The objective of the activity is to design, manufacture and test a side-deployable reflector with metal mesh as the reflective surface and a solid backing structure.
Targeted Improvements:Lightweight antenna reflectors with a significant mass reduction of 25% when compared to state-of-the-art reflectors, a shaping capability, very low reflective loss and low acoustic load sensitivity.
Description:Current state-of-art side-deploya...
On Delegation Request (formerly called Priority 2)
Objective: The objective of the activity is to design, manufacture and test acoustic filters with wide bandwidths in the range of 500 MHz for use in very high throughput satellite applications.
Targeted Improvements:Enabling technology development to achieve a reduction of the footprint and mass of L- and S-band filters by at least 50%.
Description: RF surface acoustic wav...
Objective:The objective of the activity is to develop a Ka-band solid state amplifier (SSPA) architecture suitable for high volumeapplications and all types of emerging Ka-band payloads.
Targeted Improvements:Modular SSPA concept that allows the maximum re-useof European building blocks; Spin-in of common building blocks covering the Ka-band SSPA market for future constellations and emerging nanosatellite needs.
The objective of the activity is to design, manufacture and test an electric pump fed propellant supply system. The testing is expected to be performed under representative load conditions (e.g. with an existing bi-propellant thruster),.
The objective of the activity is to design, develop and test an enabling inter satellite link V- Band solid state power amplifier module breadboard delivering 10W saturated power with better than 15% efficiency for Intersatellite RF links of at least 10Gbps over a distance of 1000 km.
Targeted Improvements:Enabling technology development for RF Intersatellite links achieving 10Gbps and beyond in the 1000 km distance range.
The objective of the activity is to develop a radiation model taking into account the local radiation environment and solar cell technology to predict, within an absolute accuracy of 2%, the remaining solar cell power factor, taking into account the radiation induced degradation encountered in electric orbit raising (EOR) missions. The model shall be validated on coupons manufactured to engineering model level.
The objective of the activity is to design, develop and test an air interface enabling the reduction of the RF transmit power of remote Internet of Things (IoT) terminals connected directly to satellites.
Targeted Improvements:To reduce by an order ofmagnitude the RF transmit power at the remote terminal.
Description:Compared to the existing Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions that often occupy a relatively small uplink spectrum,...