Kepler Communications, a Canadian satellite telecommunications company, has received approval from the FCC to deliver their innovative satellite communication services to the US market. The Toronto-based company received unanimous support during the FCC’s 15 November 2018 Open Commission Meeting, and was one of four companies approved during the process.
First satellite delivering data connectivity for the poles with 2nd satellite launching mid-November.
Technology partners announce world’s first acquisition, tracking and communication between an electronically-steered antenna and a wideband low earth orbit satellite
Kepler Communications is seeking information for sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) launch services for its upcoming GEN1 constellation comprised of up to 15 satellites. Once deployed in between Q1 2020 – Q3 2020, these spacecraft will support space to ground, ground to space, and space to space communications.
Satellite telecommunications provider, Kepler Communications, and satellite maker, Clyde Space, sign contract to build and deploy Kepler’s third LEO nanosatellite – TARS – a low-cost 6U CubeSat designed to demonstrate both low data rate and high data rate telecommunication capabilities globally.
Catapult awards In-Orbit Demonstration Mission 5 (IOD 5) to Kepler Communications to accelerate market access in response to emerging global opportunities for wide-area Internet of Things (IoT) services. Kepler will be using UK suppliers for their new high-capability satellite ‘TARS’, which will be the final prototype prior to Kepler’s roll-out of their GEN1 constellation beginning in 2019. It will establish the capacity and performance required from their future constellation of 140 satellites. Kepler will work with Catapult to collaborate with UK technology partners to develop new products and innovative services that can exploit the constellation and will establish a UK office for distribution and sales of these services.