IQ spacecom‘s extensive product portfolio for state-of-the-art radio communication solutions is at the 73rd International Astronautical Congress in Paris. The congress opens its doors to the space industry from September 18 to 22.
Made in Germany represents strong standards and reliability in the space industry. The joint presence of German aerospace companies in the German Pavilion at IAC will host 24 companies. IQ spacecom will again be present in the German Pavilion this year and can be found at booth D8C.
IQ spacecom is a known for its small satellite communication with its space-proven technology developed and manufactured in Berlin, Germany. The flexible XLink SDR (Software Defined Radio) platform with its continuous enhancements represents the current product focus. The advanced transceiver was developed in cooperation with the Technical University of Berlin and is used, among other missions, on their TUBIN satellite.
IQ spacecom together with WORK Microwave demonstrate why the compact 0.2 U sized XLink is a match with WORK Micrwave’s AX-60-S02190 ground modem. As one of the first end-to-end CubeSat solutions, it provides seamless satellite communications for both ground and space segments. Since the XLink transceiver now supports DVB-S2 in addition to CCSDS protocols, the German manufactured bundle is even more flexible.
InCommand, the global data relay solution using Inmarsat’s ELERA network as a bundle solution that will be part of the German presentation in Paris. By having the L-band version of IQ spacecom’s XLink SDR transceiver onboard an LEO satellite, the solution enables dynamic, affordable and real-time L-band capacity anywhere for instant control and telemetry of LEO satellites. This new capability will be further developed in partnership with Addvalue, a Singapore-based company offering its experience in providing communications solutions for terrestrial and aerospace applications.