Kepler Communications, a pioneer of nano-satellite telecommunications solutions, today announces that it has successfully demonstrated compatibility between its low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites with a commercially-available, flat-panel satellite antenna purchased from Kymeta. This testing marks the first time a Kymeta antenna has been used to demonstrate integration with an operational LEO satellite system.
Kepler Communications announces today that former Chief Strategy Officer at Inmarsat, Patrick McDougal, joined the company this month as a strategy advisor to support its business units. McDougal is a veteran business strategist within the satellite telecommunications industry with over 30 years of senior experience working for global leaders in the sector such as Inmarsat (29 years) and Intelsat (4 years).
Kepler Communications (“Kepler”), a Canadian satellite telecommunications provider, and Magellan Aerospace Corporation (“Magellan”) have signed a Letter of Intention to fly an innovative Smart Radiator Device (SRD) on Kepler’s third satellite, scheduled for launch later this year. The unique SRD, designed to significantly improve temperature management on-board future satellites, is being developed by MPB Communications (“MPB”) in partnership with Magellan Aerospace.
OTTAWA and TORONTO, Canada, April 2, 2019 – C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. (TSXV: CMI), the world’s leading provider of commercial grade auto-acquire mobile satellite antenna systems, and Kepler Communications, a pioneering nano-satellite telecommunications company, announced today the successful integration of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite tracking capabilities to C-COM’s highly successful FLY-981.
The Canadian satellite telecommunications company announces the successful launch and command on their second low-Earth orbit satellite CASE.
Kepler Communications, a Canadian satellite telecommunications company, has received approval from the FCC to deliver their innovative satellite communication services to the US market. The Toronto-based company received unanimous support during the FCC’s 15 November 2018 Open Commission Meeting, and was one of four companies approved during the process.