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Kymeta Connectivity – Your Complete SatCom Solution

A Complete Connectivity Solution #

Kymeta U7 Terminal

Kymeta Ku-band satellite terminals are lightweight, slim, and high-throughput, with no mechanical components required to steer towards a satellite.

KALO Service

Providing convenient access for Kymeta’s revolutionary mobile communications solutions, KĀLO Service is the smarter way to buy satellite connectivity.

CO-DEVELOPED SOLUTIONS

The MANTA mobile satcom terminal fuses the Paradigm Interface Module (PIM®) with Kymeta’s flat panel technology to produce a single boxed ‘plug and play’ satcom terminal.

The CopaSAT STORM transportable, ruggedized, mobile SATCOM solution is a CopaSAT exclusive configuration that features a u7 flat panel satellite antenna, iDirect 950 Modem and 25 W BUC for ultimate high-performance on-the-move or on-the-pause communications.

MTENNA PLUS/MTENNA SELECT

mTenna PLUS and mTenna SELECT work with u7 Terminals to deliver performance amplification and coverage extension. The Kymeta PLUS amplifies throughput by combining the receive connection of two to four ODUs, while the Kymeta SELECT switches ODUs to transmit data from the most optimally-positioned unit as the vessel or vehicle turns or changes direction.

The CopaSAT STORM transportable, ruggedized, mobile SATCOM solution is a CopaSAT exclusive configuration that features a u7 flat panel satellite antenna, iDirect 950 Modem and 25 W BUC for ultimate high-performance on-the-move or on-the-pause communications.

Fundamental metamaterials research at Duke University and later incubation at Intellectual Ventures are the sources of the science that underpins Kymeta’s technology. The reconfigurable metasurface antenna (MSA), which would form the basis of Kymeta’s mobile satcom terminals, underwent its first iteration at Intellectual Ventures.

The first commercially accessible metamaterial-based device is built using Kymeta’s metasurface technology, which offers a stunning design for a new class of electronically scanned antennas.
This innovative research served as the foundation for Kymeta, which was spun off from Intellectual Ventures in August 2012 and is protected by a sizable portfolio of U.S. and international patents and licenses.

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