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    CNES and SYRLINKS celebrate the delivery of RF equipment for the benefit of the MERLIN mission

    Source : Syrlinks & CNES - Communiqué de presse / Press release - Published on 20 July 2022

    SYRLINKS, world leader in the design of RF communication systems for the space domain and CNES – Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales, are pleased to celebrate together the delivery of the S-band transceiver - EWC29 and the X-band transmitter - EWC30 dedicated to the MERLIN mission. This is equipment allowing satellite telemetry and  remote control for the EWC29 and image telemetry for the EWC30. Both devices comply with the ECSS Class 3 standards. The development and manufacture of these two pieces of equipment are part of the MYRIADE Evolutions platform sector developed with Thales Alenia Space and CNES and financed in particular thanks to the Investment Plan for the Future dated 2010.
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    Quantum technologies: Thales and SYRLINKS to develop next-generation atomic clocks for civil and defence applications

    Source : Thales & Syrlinks - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 20 June 2022

    Thales and SYRLINKS, a French company based in Rennes, Brittany, have signed an ambitious multi-year contract with the French defence procurement agency (DGA) to develop a new generation of very small, high-performance atomic clocks.

    Code-named CHRONOS, these new quantum clocks will meet the requirements of numerous civil and military applications. Thanks to their very high stability (error of less than 1 second in tens of thousands of years), defence electronics equipment will be able to operate when a GNSS1 signal (GPS, Galileo, etc.) is unavailable, for example due to hostile jamming.

    Working with the procurement agency, the partners will help safeguard France's technological sovereignty in GNSS-denied positioning, guidance, navigation and ECCM-protected, encrypted military communications. In civil applications (5G network synchronisation, transport, energy, etc.), the CHRONOS quantum clocks will deliver unprecedented price/performance to French and international customers.

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    French Space Days 2022 – JAPAN

    Source : Embassy of France in Japan - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 15 June 2022

    The Embassy of France in Japan, Business France and CNES, in collaboration with JAXA, Mitsui Fudosan and X-NIHONBASHI are delighted to introduce you to the 2022 French delegation of space companies. From 27 June to 1 July 2022, 23 participants from 16 companies will be visiting Japan with the aim of fostering French-Japanese business and industrial partnerships with like-minded Japanese players. In a context of increased geopolitical instability, urgent environmental challenges and the rapid development of new industries, we believe that strengthening our long-lasting bilateral cooperation will be key to creating leading innovations in space, that will contribute to more sustainable & prosperous societies.
    This delegation comprises: 1 materials specialist, 1 payload & mobility solutions developer, 10 systems & components manufacturers, and 4 software or data-driven solutions providers.
    These cutting-edge & track record proven solutions can address needs in areas such as: payload-embarked solutions, spacecraft & mobility solutions, defense equipment & military intelligence, imaging and big data services, mission control and communications technologies, groundbreaking materials, natural disaster prevention and decimeter level mapping & tracking, as well as strategic systems & components. All the companies are looking forward to meeting you on July 1st at X-NIHONBASHI TOWER

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    Omnispace Spark-2™ Satellite Successfully Launches into Orbit

    Source : Thales Alenia Space & Omnispace - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 26 May 2022

    This Launch Completes Deployment of the ‘Omnispace Spark Program,’ Bringing the Delivery of World’s First Global Hybrid Mobile Network One Step Closer

    TYSONS, VA. and TOULOUSE, FRANCE – May 26, 2022Omnispace and Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), today announced the successful launch and delivery of “Omnispace Spark-2™” satellite into orbit. This marks the completion of the deployment phase of the “Omnispace Spark™” program, the initial phase in the company’s development and delivery of the world’s first 5G capable satellite network.

    Omnispace Spark-1, launched in April 2022, and Omnispace Spark-2 will now be used to advance and validate the development and implementation of Omnispace’s global non-terrestrial  network (NTN). As prime contractor, Thales Alenia Space designed and built the Omnispace Spark satellites with the help of industry partners: NanoAvionics, ANYWAVES, and Syrlinks. Omnispace Spark-2 was delivered into orbit by Exolaunch aboard a SpaceX Transporter mission.

    “Thales Alenia Space, along with this incredible team of innovators were instrumental in making Omnispace Spark possible and we are thankful for their expertise and execution. With deployment of the Omnispace Spark program now complete, we look forward to testing and  advancing delivery of the first global, mobile network with direct-to-device connectivity from our satellites in space,” said Ram Viswanathan, president and CEO of Omnispace LLC.  “Ubiquitious mobile connectivity will empower consumer, enterprise, and government users worldwide -- creating economic opportunity like never before.”

    The new-generation NGSO satellite constellation in low-earth orbit (LEO) will operate in 3GPP band n256, which has been standardized for NTN operation, making direct-to enterprise and government IoT, and consumer device connectivity possible worldwide.

    “The success of the Omnispace Spark program is due to an impressive team effort between Thales Alenia Space and innovative startups,” said Hervé Derrey, president and CEO of Thales Alenia Space. “We’re very proud to support Omnispace in the deployment of the first global 5G network via satellite, which will open the door for new opportunities for mobile network operators, industry and end-users.”

    "Being part of the Omnispace Spark Program and working closely with all companies involved has been a tremendous experience, crowned by the two successful launches,” said Vytenis J. Buzas, founder and CEO of NanoAvionics. “NanoAvioncis’s strong relationship with prime contractor Thales Alenia Space allowed us to bring our modular and cost effective nanosatellite buses to the project as well as launch support and in-orbit operations."

    "The launch of Omnispace Spark-2 marks the next step in building the universal 5G network desired by Omnispace. Our payload antennas will be used to enable a direct connection, no matter where in the world the user is, meeting our commitment to enable disruptive technologies for the benefit of all humanity," said Nicolas Capet, ANYWAVES CEO.

    “At Syrlinks all the team follows with a great interest the successive launches of the Omnispace Spark satellites, onboarding Syrlinks Radiofrequency payload solution. For such IoT (Internet Of Things) satellite service, any additional satellite placed in orbit is key to enlarge this innovative service coverage and penetration. It’s a new step toward the final objective of having a multiple-satellite constellation,” said Eric Pinson, director of Space activity at Syrlinks.

    5G mobile connectivity from a single global network will help transform industries and serve as the communications infrastructure to support the digital economies of the 21st century. The network will empower mobile network operators, their customers and partners to fuel innovation, power industries, and connect billions of users. Follow the launch journey and learn more at Omnispace.com.

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    XONOS, a new generation of X-Band Transmitter for micro/mini-satellite

    Source : Syrlinks - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 01 April 2022

    Syrlinks, a leading company in the design of RF Communication systems for Space releases the XONOS, a new X-Band transmitter for micro and mini satellites.

    XONOS comes as a new generation of Syrlinks’ data transmitters to implement High-Data-Rate downlink from satellite to the ground segment.

    “We are very proud to release this new High-Data-Rate transmitter that brings unmatched capabilities in term of downlink throughput.  With XONOS, we maintain our strategic focus on following the evolution of the Satellite Earth Observation market, which requires ever larger volumes of data to be captured, processed, and transmitted.” says Eric PINSON, Director of Space activity at Syrlinks.

    XONOS: unmatched performances

    The EWC15-NG has been especially designed to achieve top class of performances in term of Tx/Rx communication links (fully CCSDS compliant), low power consumption and radiation tolerance. Its very compact and optimized form factor and its built-in DC-DC converter will contribute to the global satellite integration optimization and address natively any implementation within Mini or Micro satellites.

    “One of the key challenges has been the hardware cost optimization while keeping the high level of performances of the product as well as maximizing the protection against radiation. It is a great awareness of Syrlinks’ team capability and know-how in the design of NewSpace products”, adds Eric.

    The EWC15-NG design belongs “New Space II” Syrlinks product category. This Product Assurance subclass perfectly meets the requirements of Microsatellite missions, targeting a typical 7 year lifetime at Low Earth Orbit with a Total Ionized radiation Dose of 16 krad.

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    Omnispace and Thales Alenia Space Announce Successful Launch of First Satellite Mission

    Source : Omnispace - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 01 April 2022

    Omnispace Spark-1TM Now On Orbit as Part of Omnispace’s Initiative to Deliver Global Hybrid NTN Connectivity


    TYSONS, VA. – April 2, 2022 Omnispace and Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%), are proud to announce that Omnispace Spark-1TM was successfully delivered into orbit aboard the SpaceX Transporter-4. The Omnispace SparkTM program represents phase one in the development and delivery of the world’s first standards-based global hybrid network.
    Thales Alenia Space designed and built the satellite, part of the initial two satellite Omnispace Spark program. The new-generation NGSO satellite in low-earth orbit (LEO) will operate in the 2 GHz S-band. Omnispace Spark will support the mobile industry 3GPP standard in band n2561, making connectivity possible direct to compatible devices. This program will serve to advance the development and implementation of Omnispace’s global hybrid non-terrestrial (NTN) network. “Omnispace is reinventing mobile  communications by building a global hybrid network that will benefit users requiring true mobility, everywhere,” said Ram Viswanathan, president and CEO of
    Omnispace LLC. “We are pleased with the work that Thales Alenia Space, together with its world-class team of innovators, have done to design and build Omnispace Spark. With their help we are making our vision of a single, ubiquitous, global hybrid network possible.”

    “I’m very excited about the successful launch of Spark-1, a nanosatellite we built in conjunction with NanoAvionics, Syrlinks & ANYWAVES. This achievement reflects our ability to develop new space solutions in partnership with innovative SMEs to address market needs. We are convinced that merging flight proven expertise with agility is the key to successfully matching the evolving space demand,” said Hervé Derrey, CEO of Thales Alenia Space. Spark-1 was delivered into orbit aboard a SpaceX Transporter. Exolaunch provided launch, mission management, integration and deployment services.

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    Syrlinks, ANYWAVES, U-Space & COMAT join forces for a high-flying French Space Project – Synchrocube

    Source : The GPS Time - Published on 23 February 2022

    A high-flying French Space Project – Synchrocube, aims to provide a complementary solution to navigation systems (GNSS: GALILEO; GPS) in order to provide synchronization functions when GNSS navigation signals are unusable. Synchrocube is part of the French space recovery plan. The main goal is to test this service, using a first satellite placed in low orbit. Syrlinks is at the initiative of this innovative offer and will provide both the payload and the ground receiver necessary to provide this service.
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    France Enlists Synchrocube’s Solutions When GNSS Navigation Signals Are Unusable

    Source : SmallSat News - Published on 23 February 2022

    A news update below regarding the Synchrocube project that aims to provide a complementary solution to navigation systems (GNSS: GALILEO; GPS) in order to provide synchronization functions when GNSS navigation signals are unusable. Synchrocube is part of the French space recovery plan. The main goal is to test this service, using a first satellite placed in low orbit.
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    Synchrocube, a high-flying French space project

    Source : Syrlinks - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 22 February 2022

    The Synchrocube project aims to provide a complementary solution to navigation systems (GNSS: GALILEO; GPS) in order to provide synchronization functions when GNSS navigation signals are unusable . Synchrocube is part of the French space recovery plan. The main goal is to test this service, using a first satellite placed in low orbit.

    Syrlinks is at the initiative of this innovative offer and will provide both the payload and the ground receiver necessary to provide this service. Synchrocube brings together several innovative technologies within a single 6U nanosatellite platform. U-Space, ANYWAVES, COMAT and Syrlinks, 4 French companies specializing in NewSpace are joining forces to promote their respective skills around this project.

     

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    Satellite S-Band Transceiver For Smallsats Debuts from Syrlinks

    Source : SmallSat News - SmallSat News - Published on 19 February 2022

    Syrlinks has debuted their EWC15-NG Transceiver product, a new generation of the company’s transceivers to implement high performance Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) service.
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    Syrlinks introduced a new generation of Satellite S-Band Transceiver – EWC15-NG

    Source : The GPS Time - The GPS Time - Published on 03 February 2022

    Syrlinks, a leading company in the design of RF Communication systems for Space releases the EWC15-NG Transceiver product.
    EWC15-NG comes as a new generation of Syrlinks’ transceivers to implement high performance Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) service.
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    Syrlinks presents its new generation of Satellite S-Band Transceiver: the EWC15-NG

    Source : SpaceQuip Journal - Published on 31 January 2022

    The EWC15-NG has been specially designed to achieve top-class performances in terms of Tx/Rx communication links (fully CCSDS compliant), low power consumption and radiation tolerance. Its very compact and optimized form factor and its built-in DC-DC converter will contribute to the global satellite integration optimization and address natively any implementation within Mini or Micro-satellites.

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    A new generation of Satellite S-Band Transceiver | EWC15-NG

    Source : Syrlinks - Communiqué de presse / Press Release - Published on 11 January 2022

    Syrlinks, a leading company in the design of RF Communication systems for Space releases the EWC15-NG Transceiver product.

    EWC15-NG comes as a new generation of Syrlinks’ transceivers to implement high performance Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) service. Its hardware design is based and inherits from the renown EWC15 & EWC15-C Syrlinks products, that have been used over the last decade in key space projects such as ROSETTA, DEEP IMPACT, PARASOL, MICROSCOPE, etc.

    “We are very proud to release this new generation of high-performance S-Band Transceiver, twenty-five years after the design of the first generation that has been successfully used in several renown space missions” says Eric PINSON, Director of Space activity at Syrlinks.

    The EWC15-NG has been especially designed to achieve top class of performances in term of Tx/Rx communication links (fully CCSDS compliant), low power consumption and radiation tolerance. Its very compact and optimized form factor and its built-in DC-DC converter will contribute to the global satellite integration optimization and address natively any implementation within Mini or Micro satellites.

    “One of the key challenges has been the hardware cost optimization while keeping the high level of performances of the product as well as maximizing the protection against radiation. It is a great awareness of Syrlinks’ team capability and know-how in the design of NewSpace products”, adds Eric.

    The EWC15-NG design belongs “New Space II” Syrlinks product category. This Product Assurance subclass perfectly meets the requirements of Microsatellite missions, targeting a typical 7 year lifetime at Low Earth Orbit with a Total Ionized radiation Dose of 16 krad.

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    Syrlinks strengthens its Toulouse teams

    Source : Syrlinks - Press Release / Communiqué de presse - Published on 02 December 2021

    Jean-François Pouilly joined the Space Department team of the French company Syrlinks, specialized in the development and manufacture of radio communication and radio navigation products for small satellite platforms in low orbit.
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    1000 RF products supplied to Airbus OneWeb Satellites

    Source : Syrlinks - Press Release / Communiqué de presse - Published on 18 November 2021

     Syrlinks is proud to have reached the milestone of 1000 products delivered to Airbus OneWeb Satellites for the OneWeb constellation, which aims to provide broadband Internet access for all.
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