Tag: 2017


TTI: Developing technologies to track two simultaneous satellites in MEO

Satellites in MEO ESTEC, Holland 6 October 2017 - TTI’s Alberto Pellón, Head of the Mobile Terminals Group presented his technical paper on ‘Dual Beam Ground Terminal Antenna for MEO Constellations.’ The paper formed a key part of the ESA Antennas Workshop which is focused upon recent and on-going antenna systems and technology development. Mr Pellón described the design and
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TTI takes to the stage at 38th ESA Antenna Workshop, ESTEC, Netherlands

ESA Antenna Workshop TTI is proud to announce that colleague Alberto Pellón, Head of the Mobile Terminals Group, is confirmed to present at the 38th edition of the ESA Antenna Workshop taking place 3 – 6th October 2017. The workshop is focused uponrecent and on-going antenna systems and technologies developments with particular focus on innovation. Mr Pellón will present on
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TTI will be attending IBC 2017 in Amsterdam

IBC 2017 TTI will be exhibiting at IBC2017 (www.ibc.org) on booth 1.A54. IBC2017 will take place from 15 to 19 September 2017 in Amsterdam RAI. IBC2017 is the premier annual conference and exhibition for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of electronic media and entertainment content worldwide. TTI will be presenting the company’s main products and developments associated with Radiofrequency and Antennas: High
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TTI takes part in “Black Sea First Demonstrator” SWARMs second phase tests at Romania

SWARMs project “Black Sea First Demonstrator” tests have taken place at Mangalia (Romania) from 3rd to the 11th of July 2017. These tests compose the second stage into the SWARMs (http://www.swarms.eu/) European project development and have been performed in the Black Sea. As a part of these tests, real environment (open sea and port area) missions have been performed to
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TTI leads a new space sector research project funded under European Comission H2020 Program

NEWTON Project NEWTON (NEW portable multi-sensor scienTific instrument for non-invasive ON-site characterisation of rock from planetary surface and sub-surfaces) project  is an international research project co-funded from EU H2020 programme funds. The project aims at developing a new portable and compact multi-sensor instrument for ground breaking high resolution magnetic characterisation of planetary surfaces and sub-surfaces through the combination of complex
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