EOSOL Aerospace’s unit is partnering with the European Space Agency (ESA) through its OSIP innovation program in a groundbreaking project aimed at developing more compact antenna components for future satellite communication systems.
Our team of engineers is working to incorporate a novel and compact “mode extractor” into ground station antennas, optimizing precision in satellite communications. The goal is to significantly reduce the size of the mode extractor (compared to current systems) by leveraging space technology and advanced manufacturing techniques. This optimization will enable the integration of more compact feeds in the new generations of ground antennas, resulting in increased efficiency and reduced production costs.
We take great pride in being a part of ESA’s OSIP program, fostering collaboration between companies and organizations to undertake pioneering research in the space field. We are convinced that these initiatives will accelerate progress in our industry and bring us closer to a future where satellite communications are more efficient and accessible to all.
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