Laser Light Communications Profiled in Aviation Week in an article by Graham Warwick

Satellite Internet startup Teledesic Corp. failed in the late 1990s largely due to technical setbacks. But one of its key vendors—a small German supplier of laser communications technology—has pressed on and could be uniquely poised to support Silicon Valley’s renewed interest in space-based global connectivity. With companies such as Google, OneWeb and LeoSat planning rival constellations of hundreds, or even thousands of low-Earth-orbit (LEO) broadband spacecraft, some of which may utilize laser comm for inter-satellite links, Tesat Spacecom of Backnang, Germany, could see its persistence pay off. A subsidiary of Airbus Defense and Space, Tesat has spent the past quarter-century matur

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