Syrlinks, RF manufacturer of ANGELS & EyeSat
Syrlinks supplied the onboard TT&C Transceivers and High Data rate Transmitters for ANGELS and EyeSat, allowing the control of these satellites and the download of mission data towards the ground stations. The ANGELS satellite also integrates the Argos NEO payload.
These two satellites integrate two flagship references from the Nanosat / Cubesat Syrlinks product line: the EWC27 X-Band transmitter and the EWC31 S-Band transceiver. These two products have already been widely tested in flight these past few years and have contributed to the reputation of the company.
The EyeSat cubesat is dedicated to the study of zodiacal light. It will take pictures of the Milky Way. To develop the EyeSat satellite, around 250 internship students were involved, as part of the JANUS initiative led by the French National Center for Space Studies (CNES).
In addition to the supply of the TT&C Transceivers and High Data rate Transmitters, Syrlinks has designed the ArgosNEO data collection payload on board of the ANGELS satellite. It is the first payload developed by the French company in association with Thales Alenia Space.
ANGELS completes the constellation of Argos satellites dedicated to the localization and collection of data for the study and protection of our environment.
The successful of the launch and activation of this Argos Neo payload, operated in 2020 January, strengthens Syrlinks position on the Newspace market, and guarantees a high level of reliability for the future Kinéis constellation.
Le succès de la mise en orbite et de l’activation de la charge utile Argos Neo, effectuée en Janvier 2020, renforce la position de Syrlinks sur le marché du Newspace, et garantit un haut niveau de fiabilité pour la future constellation de Kinéis. As part of this project, Syrlinks has expanded its range of space radiocommunication products by offering more advanced functions. Payloads development is fully in line with Syrlinks’ strategy which aims to increase its RF range of products. Syrlinks is now positioned as a leader in radiocommunication equipment embedded on nanosatellites.