Kymeta announced that the company’s KyWay™ satellite terminals are now certified with the world’s leading satellite operators, including Intelsat, Telesat, SES and HISPASAT. Antenna certification with these providers means that KyWay terminals successfully connect with the operator’s satellite spacecraft and do not cause adjacent satellite interference.
“KyWay terminals have proven successful with Intelsat, one of Kymeta’s major partners, and have also successfully connected to SES, HISPASAT and Telesat satellites on both conventional and HTS beams,” said Neville Meijers, chief commercial officer and executive vice president, Kymeta. “Kymeta also has conditional approval from Eutelsat and is actively pursuing final approval and certification with other satellite operators around the world.”
Kymeta’s satellite terminals operate across a broad range of satellites, and can switch from satellite to satellite, automatically acquiring signals, no matter what operator owns them. The proven ability to establish a link without interference means an entire host of use cases are now possible for fixed and mobile satellite communications.
“With our goal to provide the world with a seamless, always-on communications experience, it is important that we can prove to the satellite community and business industries alike that our solutions are compatible across satellite networks,” said Meijers. “Antenna certification is a testament to the proven capabilities of our solutions.”