[Webinar] Active Antennas for Payload Telemetry: Market Reality or Science Fiction?

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The burgeoning market of Earth Observation constellations is a marvel of modern technology, but it faces a significant bottleneck – data downlink. Are Ka-band active antennas the solution or mere flights of fancy?

Webinar Active Antennas for Payload Telemetry

Join us for an enlightening webinar hosted by Payload where we dive deep into the capabilities, limitations, and future potential of X vs Ka-band antennas in the realm of Earth Observation.

Gain insights into how Ka-band active antennas, specifically active phased arrays, could offer a low-profile yet effective solution to the data downlink challenge.

What You’ll Learn:

  • The Challenges: Understand how the growing demand for quasi real-time data and the rapid increase of satellites in Earth Observation constellations are impacting data downlink capabilities.
  • The Alternatives: Learn about the types of antennas currently used for payload telemetry, ranging from isoflux / hemispherical radiation pattern antennas to fixed or steered beam directive antennas, and their pros and cons.
  • Practical Realities: Anywaves will showcase its current and future antenna solutions, discussing whether Ka-band active antennas are a market-ready solution or still in the realm of science fiction.

This Webinar was recorded and is now available on-demand. If you have any question, don’t hesitate to contact us, we’ll be happy to help!

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