Magister is proud to announce its key role in the ESA-funded 4SSTB project to provide simulation services that will allow different vendors to develop their own products e.g. within the context of IRIS2 – a secure European satellite connectivity system that is independent of others.
C-DReAM is a capacity-level simulator for evaluating Non-Geostationary Satellite Orbit (NGSO, LEO and MEO) satellite systems. It was developed in European Space Agency’s C-DReAM project together with Thales Alenia Space France and enhanced it further in the DASCE project.
The comparison of DVB-S2X/RCS2 and 5G-NR NTN technologies has become a highly relevant and debated topic in broadband satellite communication. MARINA project is addressing this subject.
Trending now: Non-Geosynchronous Orbit (NGSO) communications constellations. Runners like Starlink now consider manufacturing tens of thousands of satellites to form their own constellations. Magister’s new simulator makes it possible to study and assess the performances of these new mega constellations.
The low earth orbit (LEO) satellites’ resource allocation should take into account the changes in geographical and temporal traffic demand. Continuously growing amount of satellite communications traffic shall be a burden on the satellites. To solve this problem Magister Solutions is building a simulator that optimises the use of resources and makes sure they are […]
The satellite industry is in a constant change and we are always curious to know how to serve it better and more appropriately. To get there, we made a market study with Jansky Partners’ Damien Garot. Read here, how Garot sums up the study and how we are replying to the market’s needs.