In this paper a conceptual design of a SATCOM On The Move (SOTM) system in the Ka band is presented. This system is intended to be airborne and fully integrated in an AIRBUS C295 Flight Test Bench. The system relies in two separated low profile TX and RX antennas (about half a meter size) which reach up to 10Mbps return link and 50Mbps forward link.
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