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.
As satellite communication technology has caught up to the market through past decades, one of the key demand drivers has been that of ever-increasing capacity and data throughputs. High-throughput satellites have become more common, powered by high data rate inter-satellite links in the case of non-GEO constellations, and earth observation sensors have improved tremendously, necessitating.
Potential 6,000+ Laser Communication Terminal Opportunity through Next Decade Cambridge, MA– February 8th, 2022- NSR’s newly released Optical Satellite Communications, 4th Edition (OSC4) projects a $2 Billion Optical Satcom market for equipment, driven primarily by upcoming Non-GEO constellations. As Optical Satcom growth trends upwards at a 47% CAGR, projected demand reaches 6,000+ laser communication terminal.
Market Poised for Growth as Industry Leaders Utilize Optical Links for Constellation Deployment Cambridge, MA – NSR’s newly released Optical Satellite Communications, 3rd Edition (OSC3) report projects a $3 billion cumulative revenue opportunity through 2030 for laser communication terminals (LCTs) in both space and airborne markets. The Optical Satcom market is largely equipment-centric, with a.