Controlling the spacecraft and harvesting data is challenging and complex. Space exploration requires high spectral, temporal, and spatial resolution cameras to plot trajectories, provide time, metric tracking, and determine orbit position. So, communications and navigation generate more data for tracking and data relay to the near earth and deep space networks. Hence, space network bandwidth must regularly be extended to match the demands of the communication, spatial modelling, and data analysis.
At Belpico, we are developing ground antennas for secure and resilient spacecraft command-and-control communication equipment. Our multiple access over S-band, a high rate single access Ku- and Ka-band, and moderate to low rate single access S-band ground data link provide onboard data processing, routing, and storage for space exploration missions. We are developing ground antennas to improve automation, cognition, and networking features of data delivery services. Our technology uses open commercial and international standards for interoperable adaptive rate communications.