Requtech AB announces the successful validation testing of its state-of-the-art Multi-Orbit RESA M Ku terminal in Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO). This achievement highlights our commitment to innovation and technical excellence in advancing satellite communication solutions.
The RESA M Ku terminal, designed for optimal performance in both Geostationary Earth Orbit and Low Earth Orbit (LEO), has made significant strides in its functionality and substantiation. Following its impressive performance during the LEO ATLAS testing in September 2022 on the OneWeb network. This latest success in GEO testing establishes new industry benchmarks for performance and versatility.
"Our team’s dedication and expertise have been crucial in reaching this milestone,” said Dr. Omid Sotoudeh, CEO of Requtech AB. “We are at the forefront of a satellite technology revolution, and the Multi-Orbit RESA M Ku terminal is set to play a pivotal role in this transformation, offering seamless operation across multiple constellations and orbits.”
The upcoming phase for the RESA M Ku terminal involves rigorous certification processes with various GEO/LEO satellite operators. Over the next few months, Requtech AB is committed to achieving these certifications, showcasing our unwavering commitment to excellence and our goal of enhancing satellite communication experiences globally.
With these certifications underway, Requtech AB is preparing to initiate the production of the first series of RESA M Ku terminals, with deliveries expected in the first quarter of the next year.
We invite stakeholders, partners, and the media to stay informed about our progress as we continue to innovate in the satellite communications sector. Further updates will be shared as we progress towards fully unlocking the potential of the RESA M Ku terminal in revolutionizing global communications.
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