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Remote Sensing Satellite Tracking Antenna

  • Bar chartCost-effective due to our efficient manufacturing process
  • HourglassBest-in-class delivery schedule when timing counts!

TCS Space & Component Technology has developed a cost effective X/Y antenna pedestal technology that specializes in precision satellite tracking. These systems are specifically designed for the Low and Medium satellite tracking in support of Earth Observation, Remote Sensing, and TT&C applications. State of the art manufacturing techniques offers the most efficient product delivery schedule in the industry. Advanced Transmit (TX) and Receive (RX) feed technologies through Ka-band are available. The system does not require a radome for operation, but if required TCS can provide a low cost solution.

Key Features

  • Antenna Size ranges from 1.8 meter to 7.3 meters.
  • X/Y axis configuration
  • No keyhole at zenith
  • Ideal for tracking LEO, MEO and GEO spacecraft
  • Ethernet (TCP/IP) antenna control and monitoring
  • Autonomous Lights-out operation; includes Ethernet (TCP/IP) remote control for monitoring and control (M&C)
  • Low power consumption
  • High reliability
  • Precision carbon composite antennas
  • Heritage of operation
  • Deployable and trailer mountable configurations available

X/Y System Types

Our systems come in several types and form-factors, but sharing the same great features.

  • Type 1

    Type 1 X/Y System
    • Outdoor: 1.5m - 2.4m
    • In-radome: 2.4m - 3.0m
    • Datasheet
  • Type 2

    Type 2 X/Y System
    • Outdoor: 3.0m - 3.6m
    • In-radome: 3.0m - 4.2m
    • Datasheet
  • Type 3

    Type 3 X/Y System
    • Outdoor: 3.0m - 4.2m
    • In-radome: 3.0m - 5.0m
    • Datasheet
  • Type 4

    Type 4 X/Y System
    • Outdoor: 4.5m - 6.1m
    • In-radome: 4.5m - 7.3m
    • Datasheet

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