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  • ConLCT

    ILA Berlin 2020 ILA Berlin 2018
    The ConLCT combines Tesat’s heritage features like coherent 1064 nm detection and beaconless acquisition with innovative features like photonic integration. It is designed for highly automated mass manufacturing addressing 1000s of units per year. Designed especially for the constellation market of large LEO constellation in low earth orbits it has a range of up to 6,000 km while maintaining a stable 10 Gbps bi-directional laser link. Only weighing 15 kilogram the next step on the roadmap is to…
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  • CubeLCT

    ILA Berlin 2020 ILA Berlin 2018
    CubeLCT The CubeLCT is a Laser Communication Transmitter for Direct-to-Earth downlink of data developed for CubeSat mission in cooperation with DLR-IKN. Its designated goal was to the design the smallest LCT in the world, which could be recently achieved by its successfully held Critical Design Review. The CubeLCT enables through its small size, weight, and power approach new big data applications for CubeSats, making it a real game changer. To name some technical benchmarks, the CubeLCT’s si…
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  • SmartLCT

    ILA Berlin 2020 ILA Berlin 2018
    As a derivate of our LCT135 the SmartLCT offers various improvements compared to its bigger and older brother. The modular approach of this smart Laser Communication Terminal brings along a vast reduction of size, weight and power and the possibility of separating Communication and Optical Unit, as well as Coarse Pointer Assembly. Like his older brother the SmartLCT is resilient to jamming and the perfect media for Quantum Key Distribution. Its first flight is on Airbus’ Pleiades Neo Program in…
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  • TOSIRIS

    ILA Berlin 2020 ILA Berlin 2018
    During the International Aerospace Exhibition 2018 in Berlin (ILA 2018) presented to a broader public our TOSIRIS is a Direct-to-Earth laser terminal with a range of up to 1,500 km. Weighing just 8 kg it is able to maintain a sustainable data stream with a data rate of up to 10 Gbps. TOSIRIS’ first mission is scheduled for 2019 onboard the ISS Bartolomeo platform.
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