Leading the next wireless revolution

Seamless, global connectivity is becoming more essential every day. Yet the current ways of staying connected inevitably leave some gaps. The world needs a new way to connect, especially while on the move. Kymeta is that way.

 

See the Vision

Kymeta News: WASHINGTON, DC October 15, 2019 (Association of the United States Army Conference) – Kymeta—the communications company that is completing the […] Read more.

DELIVERING ON THE PROMISE OF GLOBAL, MOBILE CONNECTIVITY

View our Product Family

The Perfect Storm of Opportunity

Global demand for connectivity will continue to grow. At the same time, satellite capacity is becoming cheaper and more available than ever before. Together, there is a perfect storm of opportunity to leverage satellite and cellular for seamless connectivity.

More powerful satellites

More capacity

New frequencies

Frequency re-use

Affordable capacity

More powerful satellites

High Through-Put Satellites (HTS) and High Capacity Satellites (HCS) will deliver more power and capacity from space.

More capacity

New generations of GEO satellites launching combined with LEO and MEO constellations will increase total amount of capacity in sky.

New frequencies

The addition of satellites operating in new frequency bands (e.g. Ka-band) will drastically improve overall capacity from space.

Frequency re-use

Next-generation satellites employ powerful spot beams that enable frequency re-use.

Affordable capacity

Because of increased supply, capacity costs are reduced.

New orbits

LEO and MEO are gaining traction for use as communication satellites.

Cheaper launches

Reusable rocket components reduce the cost of each launch.

More launches

New companies are entering the launch space.

Lower latency

Because LEO and MEO constellation are only 1,000-5,000 miles away, information travels much more quickly and efficiently than GEO signals, which have to travel 22,000 miles.

Better look angles

As non-GEO constellations are launched,the beams will come from overhead, improving look angles all over the globe.

New orbits

Cheaper launches

More launches

Lower latency

Better look angles

Swipe to see more

New orbits

LEO and MEO are gaining traction for use as communication satellites.

Cheaper launches

Reusable rocket components reduce the cost of each launch.

More launches

New companies are entering the launch space.

Lower latency

Because LEO and MEO constellation are only 1,000-5,000 miles away, information travels much more quickly and efficiently than GEO signals, which have to travel 22,000 miles.

Better look angles

As non-GEO constellations are launched,the beams will come from overhead, improving look angles all over the globe.

Affordable capacity

Because of increased supply, capacity costs are reduced.

Frequency re-use

Next-generation satellites employ powerful spot beams that enable frequency re-use.

New frequencies

The addition of satellites operating in new frequency bands (e.g. Ka-band) will drastically improve overall capacity from space.

More capacity

New generations of GEO satellites launching combined with LEO and MEO constellations will increase total amount of capacity in sky.

More powerful satellites

High Through-Put Satellites (HTS) and High Capacity Satellites (HCS) will deliver more power and capacity from space.