Small and Light

Antennas can be launched using existing rocket launchers for satellites

Active, In-Orbit

Footprint Control

Focus supply in areas to suit bandwidth demand

Adaptive Pattern Shaping Subreflector

Correctable to achieve high frequencies

Significantly Higher Throughput

More than 100x for LEO nanosats

Large aperture expandable antennas enabling more than 10 times the bandwidth of traditional antennas

The technology permits antennas to be stowed during launch in a compact volume and deploy while in orbit, saving mass, volume, and supporting structures

Postdeployment, the antenna has an innovative "smart" subreflector, the FlexoSub, enabling the antenna to compensate for any reflector shape imperfections and change ground patterns while on the fly

NSLComm

The Future of Satellite Communications

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12 Kineret St.

Airport City

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Email: info@nslcomm.com

Phone: +972-76-5392200

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 807105-1