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MatSing Announces Support for Multiple Satellite Applications Leveraging its Innovative Lens Antenna Solutions

MatSing, the pioneer of Luneburg Lens antennas, today announced the extension of its portfolio of telecom-industry leading multibeam lens solutions to now support varied satellite applications. The co...

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Patented Luneburg Lens technology enables efficient satellite tracking across multiple bands

IRVINE, Calif.: MatSing, the pioneer of Luneburg Lens antennas, today announced the extension of its portfolio of telecom-industry leading multibeam lens solutions to now support varied satellite applications. The combination of multibeam capabilities of the Luneburg Lens antennas and proprietary materials developed by MatSing are poised to transform satellite communications by delivering superior performance in a single system and/or lens array configuration.

High gain and low signal loss are all integral to Luneburg Lens technology as proven in telecom deployments by MatSing. With the advancements made by MatSing, satellite operators and other entities now stand to benefit from high-capacity downlink and reliable connectivity stemming from the use of the Luneburg Lens technology.

“With the number of satellites increasing exponentially every year, the complexities involved in delivering reliable connectivity and tracking multiple satellites concurrently is also growing,” said Leo Matytsine, MatSing EVP and co-founder. “Having pioneered the Luneburg Lens antennas since 2005, we have established our leadership in telecom where our multibeam lens antennas offer the highest capacity connectivity while maximizing spectral efficiency for the leading wireless carriers globally. For satellite communications, our lens antennas are supporting L, S, C, X, and Ku bands today and providing high capacity downlink to deliver substantial benefits for our customers.”

As the satellite industry congregates at the upcoming SATELLITE Show in Washington D.C. from March 18-21, 2024, MatSing will be in booth 925 showcasing its Luneburg Lens technology and discussing advancements being made to support satellite communications.

About MatSing

Founded in 2005, MatSing has developed and patented new meta-materials to create the world’s first lightweight and multibeam Lens Antennas. This new approach for high-performance, high-capacity antenna design is more efficient and offers key advantages over traditional antennas, the ability to provide broadband coverage, emit and maintain multiple beams, and to do so cleanly with minimal RF interference. Nationwide coverage isn’t the only critical challenge facing telecoms companies, and MatSing’s Lens antenna solution is ideal to meet the capacity demands at outdoor events, stadiums and macro uses in cities, suburbs, and rural areas. Each antenna can provide multiple independent sectors, up to 48, providing the highest capacity across multiple bands with the fewest antennas possible. MatSing lens technology is the perfect fit for 4G LTE & 5G mobile broadband and satellite communications, and it is the most cost-effective network densification tool in the industry.

To learn more about MatSing RF lens antennas, please visit us at MatSing – RF Lens Technologies or send an email to our expert staff at info@matsing.com.

Fonte: Business Wire

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