SatixFy Introduced 1GHz LEO/GEO Modem Chip SatixFy is a high-tech company founded in 2012 which designs future proof satellite communication systems, based entirely on in-house design. Their offices can be found in USA, Bulgaria, United Kingdom and Israel, focusing on development of electronically steered antennas supporting the most recent standards like the DVB-S2X. Their latest innovation is a chip which can be used with LEO, GEO and MEO systems, taking into account every spectrum of wave performance and fade profiles. The chip has a code name as SX3099 and it is the first chip designed with intent to be compatible with the DVB-S2X standard. On top of that, it also includes some modern formats such as the Super-frame format type 5,6 and 7. It also supports DVB-RCS2 transmission which has a frequency of 400MHz. SX3099 is designed using advanced silicon processes, which results in the chip having a very low power requirement, with multiple power saving modes to work with in addition to that. We expect to see a showcase of the new chip at the Satellite 2020 trade show which will take place on 10th of March in Washington, D.C. Source: PR Newswire Editor’s note: It seems like you accidentaly (or intentionally landed on one of our archived news article. For the fresh stuff you would need to jump over to the tech news section on the homepage. In case you have trouble with any SatixFy devices, we would recommend a look at our guides, as well as troubleshooting tutorials. If you have any questions you can always reach out to us from our contact us page. See you on the front page!