ASAI introduces a muli-orbit multi-service RF Lens based antenna technology. Our patent protected approach uses a signal aware switchable conformal array of patch antennas with an industry-unique 3D printed RF Lens. Our approach allows the full sky visibility leading to a highly efficiency, high performance multi-service SATCOM Terminal.
Multi Service, LEO/MEO/GEO fixed or mobility stabilized terminals using advanced Luneburg Lens RF Antenna Technology.
Cost effective, hybrid design, requires no high-end phase shifters or processing components. Software defined signal processing architecture leads to rapid scalability and customization.
Conformal service-selectable patch array enables simultaneous connectivity to a large number of satellites. Luneburg lens has less loss focusing incoming RF waves from multiple sources onto a switchable subarray of antennas.
Lightweight, compact and scalable.
Lightweight, fast and easy installation and commissioning.
Novel signal enhancement algorithm adds up to 6 dB of processing gain, extending range and performance across all applications.
Novel signal processing and control software provides awareness of interference and maintains performance in contested environments.
Inherent “make before break” capability for continuous communications and higher resiliency.
Superior constant performance across all elevation angles.
Empowering a Wide Range of Market Capabilities
Rugged without exquisite and complex phased array electronics. Lightweight and easy to deploy makes this multi-beam system ideal for defense applications. Multi-service multi-orbit simultaneous communications with the efficiency and coverage of traditional antennas results in a workhorse for a wide variety of US Government applications.
Arrays of antennas combined with novel digital signal enhancement software makes persistent passive awareness of resident space objects possible.
Available marine stabilized variant through Cassiopeia Space Systems Joint Venture.
Supports scalability required for emerging commercial high throughput satellite communications networks.