Tag: ESA


CTG companies collaborate for ESA Industry Space Days Event

ISD 2018 At the recent Industry Space Days 2018 (ISD 2018)  Celestia Technology Group companies C-STS, Callisto, TTI and ASYSOL collaborated on their exhibition presence across the two day event. The Group presented the new Modems programs for multi-constellations, multi-functional datalink, an innovative e-Scan BFN antenna for multi-satellite tracking and the GaN SSPA and LNA Cryogenics for the next generation of
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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 wins a contract for the European Space Agency (ESA) to develop advance Solid State Power Amplifiers

Contract for the ESA http://www.infoespacial.com/?noticia=la-espanola-tti-gana-un-contrato-de-la-esa-para-desarrollar-amplificadores-de-estado-solido-avanzados&aleat=3990#googtrans%28es|en%29

TTI participates in the development of space safety radar

Developing a new radar ESA will boost European industrial expertise by developing a new radar as part of the Agency’s Space Situational Awareness programme. The radar will test future debris monitoring techniques, helping European satellite operators avoid space hazards and increase safety in Earth orbit. ESA and France’s ONERA – Office National d’Etudes et Recherches Aérospatiales – research centre have
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