C-COM Satellite Systems Inc., the world’s leading provider of commercial grade auto-acquire mobile satellite antennas, announced today its successful integration of its 74cm Flyaway antenna system with NSLComm’s Low Earth Orbit (LEO) nanosatellite. NSLComm is an Israel based pioneering nanosatellite telecommunications company that launched the first Gigabit per second Ka-band satellite into orbit in July of this year.
This uniquely successful test completes a significant development project between the two companies. It will open new markets and create new opportunities for both companies.
C-COM’s engineering team developed the NSL ground station demonstrator terminals along with the required tracking software to NSLComm specifications, using the renowned iNetVu® 7700 series controllers. NSLComm provided access to their powerful Ka-band LEO nanosatellite and assisted with daily testing.
The iNetVu® FLY-74 is C-COM’s newly developed 74cm, fully automatic, motorized Ka-band flyaway product. This family of antenna systems is highly portable and the choice for various industries such as Oil & Gas, Exploration, Emergency Response, Military Communications, Cellular Backhaul, Satellite News Gathering, and many other vertical markets.
“For C-COM, this test with NSLComm’s LEO nanosatellite opens up new developing markets for our extensive worldwide reseller base,” said Dr. Leslie Klein, President and CEO of C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. “The store and forward communication satellite services offered by NSLComm’s LEO satellites in conjunction with our iNetVu® mobile antenna systems will provide our joint customers with a unique, cost-effective high-speed data transfer capability,” Klein continued.
“For NSLComm, the addition of the C-COM FLY-74 as an approved satellite antenna solution opens up new opportunities to deliver gigabit per second speeds for mobile/transportable applications such as natural resource exploration and extraction, remote research stations, disaster management, defense, and many other vertical markets requiring high-capacity connectivity where cost, portability and reliability are key considerations,” said Dr. Raz Itzaki, CEO of NSLComm.