Laser Communication

On 21st February, 2008, a government-to-government cooperation between the United States and Germany to establish a laser link between two operational satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The German radar satellite TerraSAR-X and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency satellite NFIRE, both equipped with Laser Communication Terminals (LCT 135) manufactured by Airbus US subsidiary Tesat-Spacecom established the first successful and stable orbital laser link at 5.6 Gbps of data.

Laser Communication

On 21st February, 2008, a government-to-government cooperation between the United States and Germany to establish a laser link between two operational satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The German radar satellite TerraSAR-X and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency satellite NFIRE, both equipped with Laser Communication Terminals (LCT 135) manufactured by Airbus US subsidiary Tesat-Spacecom established the first successful and stable orbital laser link at 5.6 Gbps of data.

Laser Communication

On 21st February, 2008, a government-to-government cooperation between the United States and Germany to establish a laser link between two operational satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The German radar satellite TerraSAR-X and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency satellite NFIRE, both equipped with Laser Communication Terminals (LCT 135) manufactured by Airbus US subsidiary Tesat-Spacecom established the first successful and stable orbital laser link at 5.6 Gbps of data.

LPI/LPD Communications

Anti-Access/Area Denial strategies target radio frequency communications to inhibit our movement and deny freedom of action in areas of interest. This threat has profound consequences but can be mitigated with laser communications which are more difficult to jam, intercept, or detect, while offering high data rate communications across ground, air and space domains.

LPI/LPD Communications

Anti-Access/Area Denial strategies target radio frequency communications to inhibit our movement and deny freedom of action in areas of interest. This threat has profound consequences but can be mitigated with laser communications which are more difficult to jam, intercept, or detect, while offering high data rate communications across ground, air and space domains.

LPI/LPD Communications

Anti-Access/Area Denial strategies target radio frequency communications to inhibit our movement and deny freedom of action in areas of interest. This threat has profound consequences but can be mitigated with laser communications which are more difficult to jam, intercept, or detect, while offering high data rate communications across ground, air and space domains.

Airbus U.S. Laser Communications Products

  • Airbus U.S. offers Laser Terminals for a wide range of applications. The LCT135, which can transmit up to 1.8 gigabits per second from Geo Stationary Orbit (GEO) over distances of up to 80,000 kilometers enabling data transmission in near real-time.
 
  • For applications in Low-Earth Orbits (LEO) there is the SmartLCT, which can be deployed on smaller, lighter satellites with Data transmission over distances of up to 45,000 kilometers at a data rate of 1.8 gigabits per second.
 
  • For even smaller satellites, our portfolio offers the TOSIRIS and CubeL, which can transmit Direct-to-Earth data at speeds of 10 gigabits per second (TOSIRIS) or 100 megabits per second (CubeL).
 To Learn More Visit: Tesat Laser Products

Airbus U.S. Laser Communications Products

  • Airbus U.S. offers Laser Terminals for a wide range of applications. The LCT135, which can transmit up to 1.8 gigabits per second from Geo Stationary Orbit (GEO) over distances of up to 80,000 kilometers enabling data transmission in near real-time.
 
  • For applications in Low-Earth Orbits (LEO) there is the SmartLCT, which can be deployed on smaller, lighter satellites with Data transmission over distances of up to 45,000 kilometers at a data rate of 1.8 gigabits per second.
 
  • For even smaller satellites, our portfolio offers the TOSIRIS and CubeL, which can transmit Direct-to-Earth data at speeds of 10 gigabits per second (TOSIRIS) or 100 megabits per second (CubeL).
 To Learn More Visit: Tesat Laser Products

Airbus U.S. Laser Communications Products

  • Airbus U.S. offers Laser Terminals for a wide range of applications. The LCT135, which can transmit up to 1.8 gigabits per second from Geo Stationary Orbit (GEO) over distances of up to 80,000 kilometers enabling data transmission in near real-time.
 
  • For applications in Low-Earth Orbits (LEO) there is the SmartLCT, which can be deployed on smaller, lighter satellites with Data transmission over distances of up to 45,000 kilometers at a data rate of 1.8 gigabits per second.
 
  • For even smaller satellites, our portfolio offers the TOSIRIS and CubeL, which can transmit Direct-to-Earth data at speeds of 10 gigabits per second (TOSIRIS) or 100 megabits per second (CubeL).
 To Learn More Visit: Tesat Laser Products

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