Reduce design risk for Low Earth Orbit satellites and other New Space applications
What is New Space and what does it mean for satellite design? As this market evolves we will see companies launching hundreds or thousands of satellites into a Low Earth Orbit (LEO) with the goal of increasing available bandwidth and global coverage for things like internet, communications and other IoT-enabled applications. These satellites do not have the same requirements as their predecessors. The design considerations for a satellites in Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO), differs greatly from these commercial New Space systems. LEO satellites are meant to remain in orbit 3-5 years, compared to the traditional space market where systems need to last 15-20 years, or even more. To address this new market where cost takes precedence over risk, there has been an emergence of solutions to address the specific reliability and radiation needs of these new applications. In this webinar you will learn about:
- Quality and reliability considerations for LEO satellites
- Advantage of Space Enhanced Plastic ICs vs COTS
- Selecting the right grade of product for your mission
Sree Alvarado, Product Marketing Engineer, Texas Instruments
Sree Alvarado is a product marketing engineer with the Aerospace and Defense product line within TI’s High Volume Analog and Logic organization. She has been with TI since 2013, serving in a number of roles including Technical Sales and Marketing. Sree holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from UT Dallas.