Space Ready Microwave Cables: Into the Cosmos
Ever since the launch of the first space vehicle, Sputnik, in 1957, satellites and other celestial craft have utilized antennas to send some form of communication or data back to earth. Today there are nearly 7,000 satellites orbiting the earth, projected to reach nearly 15,000 by 2030 as the number of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations increases. Without the ability to send and receive data to and from the surface of earth, a spacecraft becomes vulnerable and, in most cases, virtually useless. Technological advancements have enabled modern spacecraft and satellites to exchange extremely large volumes of information at incredibly fast rates, making cabling a critical component of a space vehicle’s communications system.
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