The world needs a new way to connect
Satellite offers a way forward
Satellite access offers more than 5,000 times the spectrum compared to terrestrial networks—plus it is global and covers land, sea and air. As more and more High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellations launch and the cost of building satellites continues to decrease, even more spectrum will become available.
The problem with current satellite antenna connectivity
- Traditional satellite dishes are heavy, large, consume a lot of power, cost a lot and have mechanical gimbals for steering.
- Phased array antennas are very expensive, require cooling, often cannot transmit and receive on a single aperture, consume an extraordinary amount of power and still often require mechanical steering.
Kymeta delivers new antenna technology
Kymeta was created to address the need for lightweight, slim and efficient communication systems that do not require mechanical components to steer toward a satellite, and services that are easy to buy and understand.
5 Kymeta Wonders
- Transmit and receive via a single aperture.
- Wide angle scanning and excellent beam performance.
- Electronically controlled pointing and polarization.
- Extremely low power consumption.
- First satellite antenna designed for mass production.
metamaterials in action
Metamaterials are created by arranging naturally occurring materials in a specific pattern that produces an electromagnetic response that is not found in nature. Through extensive scientific experimentation and trial and error, it was discovered that the toolset could be utilized to form holographic beams that could link to satellites and do it while the antenna is in motion.