The core of a SATCOM-based NCW Network Solution is based on voice, video and data communications subsystems that are networked over a combination of terrestrial and satellite-based platforms.
LEO Networks are adding critical features as low latency, greater bandwidth as well as coverage where GEO satellites are not present. Point to Point communication without going via third party teleports are also extremely valuable for secure data links. LEO Dynamic Traffic Management will meet the Virtual Teleport development on the ground segment in a perfect symbiosis, and new opportunities will be created.
Join Advantech Wireless Technologies and Telesat to learn more about how LEO Space Segment Design will drive the Ground Teleport Segment architecture in the years to come. Both have interesting challenges and significant market appeal, while acting as true technological disruptors
Thursday February 18, 2021, starting at 11:00 AM EST
- What is the impact on Ground Teleport Design as viewed from the LEO Dynamic Spectrum Allocation as well as Virtual Teleport Design Concept?
- Are there applications that could benefit more from LEO constellations, and can we complement GEO services with them?
- Are we going from Bandwidth on Demand, more into Power on Demand at Teleport level?
- What are the advantages of leveraging innovations in the commercial space industry during periods of changes such as Administration changes?
- For Government use of LEO constellations and the impact on Ground Teleport Design, what are some of the considerations?
VP Business Development, Advantech Wireless Technologies
James J. Shaw, CDR (Ret.) USN
Director Government Solutions, Telesat U.S. Services, LLC
Moderator: Jeffrey Hill
Executive Editor, Via Satellite