This November, at the World Radiocommunication Conference in Dubai, the International Telecommunication Union will address several Agenda Items that will have a direct impact not only on SES’s ITU satellite filings and day-to-day operations, but also on its spectrum allocations and existing satellite service deployments at large.
In this episode of Satellite Stories, Benoit Rougier and Samuel Blondeau from the Spectrum Management & Development team at SES discuss how operating satellites in higher orbits as data relay links can offer space stations, earth observation and small satellite systems in lower orbits an alternative path to download data to the ground, providing options for higher resolution, lower latency and resiliency.
Interested to know more about WRC-23? https://www.ses.com/news/events/itu-world-radiocommunication-conference-2023-wrc-23
Presented by Kristina Smith-Meyer, SES Senior Creative.