Telesat LEO – Phase 1

Proven Performance with Telesat’s Phase 1 LEO Satellite

Telesat’s first Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite was launched in January, 2018 and is now supporting live demonstrations across a variety of markets and applications. Live demonstrations allow Telesat customers and LEO hardware vendors test low-latency, high throughput performance, satellite tracking and Doppler compensation.

A sample of completed LEO demonstrations with performance results include:

Feb, 2020  Halton-Peel Initiated Public Safety Broadband Network (PSBN) and Motorola extend service over Telesat’s Low Earth Orbit Satellite – A Giant Leap for Public Safety Communications
Feb, 2020

Live Testing With Telesat’s Leo Satellite Confirms Advantages of New C-Com Transportable Antenna System

Feb, 2020

Gilat's First-to-Flight ESA Terminal Achieves Another Industry-First with In-Flight Connectivity over NGSO

Nov, 2019

Gilat Achieves Fastest Modem Speeds over Telesat LEO Satellite

Nov, 2019

Live testing of Intellian’s Advanced Antenna Technology with Telesat LEO and the U.S. Navy

Oct, 2019

Telesat and NSSLGlobal Confirm Ultra-Low Latency of Telesat’s LEO System for Government Applications

Jul, 2019

Thinkom’s Successful Antenna Technology Validation on Telesat LEO Satellite

May, 2019

World’s First 5G Backhaul Demo over LEO Satellite with Vodafone and the University of Surrey

Oct, 2018

Global Eagle, Telesat Pioneer First Ever In-Flight Broadband Connectivity via Low Earth Orbit Satellite

 

January 12 - PSLV-C40 Mission Liftoff and delivery of Telesat LEO Phase 1 Satellite