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The ANYWAVES S-Band TT&C Antenna is designed for LEO satellite applications.

It operates in both transmissions for telemetry and in reception for telecommand.

The antenna's wide beam coverage enables significant satellite availability for the TT&C link. It weighs approximately 134 grams and has the capability to operate in temperatures ranging between -120°C to 120°C.

Key features

  • Full Duplex Telemetry & Telecommand
  • Radome protection against the harsh environment: temperatures & ESD
  • Acceptance Tests (RF, Mechanical, Thermal) included:
  • Return loss
  • Z-axis random vibration
  • Thermal cycling

Flight heritage

The ANYWAVES S-Band TT&C Antenna has flight heritage since 2019.

Testing & qualification

The flight model of the product has undergone Acceptance Tests such as RF, Mechanical, Thermal including Return loss, Z-axis random vibration, and Thermal cycling.

Export control

The ANYWAVES S-Band TT&C Antenna is ITAR free.

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Last updated: 2023-01-22

S-Band TT&C Antenna



132 g ± 2 g
width (without connector)
79.8 mm
length (without connector)
79.8 mm
height (without connector)
12.1 mm (protruding height: 6.25 mm
2025 to 2290 MHz
> 265 MHz
rf power
> 3 W
realized gain
> 6.5 dBi at boresight
> 4.5 dBi at ± 30°
> 0 dBi at ± 60°
return loss
< -15 dB (all frequency bands)
axial ratio
< 3 dB from 0° to ± 30°
< 5 dB from 0° to ± 60°
< 8 dB from 0° to ± 90°
operating temperature
-120 to 120 C


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