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Friday, 06 March 2015 13:26

Leosat unveils constellation plans

Washington D.C. based Leosat has announced the appointment of Vern Fotheringham as its new CEO, and revealed details of the Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellation it is currently developing.

Intelsat and satellite antenna developer Kymeta Corporation have announced an agreement to design and produce flat, electronically steerable, Ku-band mTenna satellite antenna systems optimised for the Intelsat EpicNG high throughput satellite (HTS) platform.

Kymeta Corporation, which develops flat-panel antenna technologies based on metamaterials, has reported that it is closing a $20 million financing that includes existing investors Bill Gates and Lux Capital.

Kymeta Corporation, which develops flat-panel antenna technologies based on metamaterials, has announced that it has successfully demonstrated bi-directional high-speed internet connectivity with a Ka-band satellite.

Friday, 25 October 2013 00:00

Ku-band flat antenna

Phasor Solutions reports that it hopes to commercially launch a flat Ku-band antenna in 2014, having carried out a successful operational test of its electronically steered, phased array antenna.

Friday, 13 September 2013 00:00

O3b and Kymeta team up on flat antenna

O3b Networks, which recently launched the first four satellites in its planned Ka-band constellation, has signed an agreement with Kymeta to develop flat panel satellite antennas for use on its network.

Friday, 30 August 2013 00:00

Flat antenna for yachts to be showcased

e3 Systems, a Mallorca-based integrator of IT solutions for the superyacht market, has announced a collaboration agreement with Kymeta, an American firm developing flat satcom antenna technologies.

Friday, 12 July 2013 00:00

Flat antenna for maritime satcoms

American company Kymeta, a developer of flat antenna technology for Ka-band connectivity, has announced that it has secured $50 million in funding and confirmed that it intends to introduce a high-capacity antenna for the maritime market with no moving parts.

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