Calian’s Systems Engineering Division Signs Agreement With DCT DELTA to Provide DOCSIS Remote PHY Module Solution
Calian Reports Second Quarter Results
Rohde&Schwarz issues application note that features SED’s In-Orbit Test System solution.
Calian’s SED Division Signs $8 Million Contract to Provide Two Earth Observation Antenna Systems to DND’s Polar Epsilon 2 Project
SED Systems, a division of Calian Ltd. receives the award for Exceptional Engineering/Geoscience Project from APEGS for our role in the Rosetta Mission with the European Space Agency. This award will be presented to the engineering team at an awards banquet on May 7, 2016.
For more information about this APEGS award visit their website. (http://www.apegs.ca/e-Edge/awards.html)
Additional information about this exceptional project can be found here:
Calian Reports First Quarter Results
Calian’s SED Division Wins Contract For Satellite Ground System
SED announces the availability of our new low cost spectrum viewer product, Spectare.
SED is pleased to announce that we will be demonstrating our new patent pending technology in the areas of multichannel modulation and intelligent RF switching at Satellite 2015 in Washington March 17th to 19th. Further information can be found here.
SED Recognized by Minister James Moore at the 2014 Canadian Aerospace Summit in Ottawa
SED Has Role in Historic Comet Visit – We provided three deep space antenna systems to the European Space Agency (ESA), used for ESA’s deep space and high-elliptical-orbit missions. Learn more about our involvement with this mission: ESA Deep Space Antenna Systems
SED in the Media
Two years after becoming the first spacecraft to orbit a comet and dispatch a probe to its dusty surface, Europe’s Rosetta spacecraft has ended its mission with a spectacular final plunge. Calian’s SED Systems is proud to have been part of this mission.
SED Systems unveils Hercules Multi-Channel Modulator for satellite ground station operators.
Ka-band is changing the face of satellite communications. Enabled by satellites having significantly higher capacity, Ka-band is delivering on its promise of low cost highly efficient communications. With these changes comes new challenges: deep fade mitigation, wider transponders and narrow beams, managed networks, and greatly increased capacity. To help satellite operators and service providers effectively manager their Ka-band networks, SED has the systems and solutions to help.
The satellite industry is undergoing a significant transition. Carrier bandwidths are increasing and signals are being placed more closely together than ever before. See how SED and Rohde and Schwarz have partnered to meet this challenge.
New product technology ad in ViaSatellite DIGITAL
RF Systems ad in Sat Magazine March 2015, page 37