Telecommand Receiver, which has been developed and qualified to operate on geostationary satellites, is responsible for receiving the commands uplinked from the ground stations and transmit the demodulated data to satellite management unit which is responsible for executing them.
These time tagged control commands are sent to the satellite for actions such as controlling the movement of the satellite or turning on and off of other equipment on the satellite. Telecommand Receiver is a state-of-the-art RF equipment with the flexibility to change the frequency in-orbit and works on Ku-Band frequencies.
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|SPECIFICATIONS||KU-BAND SATELLITE TELECOMMAND RECEIVERS||NOTES|
|Operating frequency range||12.75 to 14.50 GHz|
|Frequency agility range||250 MHz||with 100 kHz steps|
|Subcarrier frequency||16 KHz||8 kHz Optional|
|Input power range||-112/-60 dBm|
|Modulation||BPSK/FM||Options available upon request|
|Data rate||Up to 1000 bps|
|Bit error rate (@-112 dBm)||10-7 @ 1000 bps|
|Ranging delay variation||±50 ns|
|Data interface||CAN-SU||Options available upon request|
|Power consumption||20 W|
|Mass||< 1.9 kg|
|Dimensions||235 x 180 x 60 mm|
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”FUTURE IS IN THE SKIES.”
Fully space qualified equipment for geostationary satellites.
Frequency flexibility function allows in-orbit change of operating frequency.
Designed for more than 15 years of lifetime in geostationary orbit with lowest cost possible.
Designed for low size, weight, power consumption and cost, required to meet state-of-the-art customer requirements.