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The satellite industry is facing a growing demand for bandwidth, which has compelled it to look for available frequencies higher in the spectrum, at the Q/V band, lying between 35 and 75 GHz. Eutelsat 65 West A satellite was the first to test the Q/V-band with the objective to gain insight into the performance, efficiency and cost-effectiveness of future high throughput satellites.
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Our #CaseStudy of the month presents the satellite solution adopted by the Thames Water, Britain’s largest water and sewerage company. Our partner Wireless Innovation deployed the solution consisting of a secure satellite link, a generator and a wi-fi hotspot so that the event response vehicle is totally independent and capable of managing emergencies in any point of the water network.
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Viasat and Boeing have just completed the Preliminary Design Preview (PDR) of the first two satellites of the Viasat-3 programme. One of them will cover the US and EU by 2019 and will have unprecedented flexibility and speeds reaching 100 Mbps . While our KA-SAT has today 90 Gbps, Viasat-3 will have 1 Tbps and the ability to dinamically direct capacity where needed. The three satellites are the highest power payloads ever supported by a Boeing platform and will be totally electric.
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