Isotropic Systems Tests Cutting-Edge Antenna Material Enabling Low-Cost Satellite Broadband for Consumer and Enterprise Mass Markets

LONDON–()–Isotropic Systems, the global innovator in spectrally efficient,
low-cost satellite antennas, announced today that the company has
successfully completed testing its new antenna surface material. These
tests bring Isotropic a step closer to manufacturing price disruptive
terminals for millions of users, including those connecting to existing
and planned Geosynchronous, Medium and low-earth-orbit satellite
constellations.

Isotropic’s transformational technology will help create the first
low-profile antenna that can address vast swathes of enterprise and
consumer level broadband markets that have been inaccessible because of
today’s high terminal costs. The company foresees lowering manufacturing
costs by approximately 90% from the cost of producing conventional
phased array and flat panel antennas. This significant shift will enable
mass-market broadband connectivity for consumers and enterprises, fixed
and mobile, in both Ku and Ka band.

Isotropic’s cutting-edge antennas can simultaneously connect with
several different satellites without increasing cost or complexity,
taking full advantage of electronic beam steering. The antenna material
tests demonstrated exceptional radio performance and will pave the way
to distribute exceptionally high bandwidth at breakthrough pricing from
today’s high-throughput satellites and global networks.

“Our industry is changing dramatically and will continue to evolve over
the next few years due to the enabling features of high-throughput
satellite systems,” said John Finney, President & CEO of Isotropic. “The
vast opportunity to satisfy large swathes of existing and new demand for
satellite data, mobility and broadband services requires the price of
mobile tracking antennas to…

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