In the race to meet the soaring demand for high-volume, high-speed data transmission, satellite operators and connectivity service providers are on an uphill battle. Traditional radio frequency (RF) communications are starting to fall short, hindered by limited data downlink capacity and susceptibility to cyber threats. Enter optical satellite communications (OSCs), a compelling solution that bridges.
Communication is the foundation of success in today’s fast-paced world, where businesses, individuals, and governments require speedy, reliable, and secure connection. Satellite networks have revolutionized connectivity on a global scale, but the demand for faster, more secure, and reliable communication has led to growing interest in and adoption of optical satellite communications. While space-to-space optical.
Government and military customers have been at the epicentre of demand for optical satellite communications as it transitions from nascent and equipment-centric to a robust emerging ecosystem. Organizations such as SDA, DARPA have been key facilitators for this move through multiple contracts for their planned Tranche 0, Tranche 1 and Blackjack constellations, and research programs.