Electronically Steered Multi Beam Antennas (ESMA) – Microwave oven in Space – 5G Kill Grid

ESMA is the key to the future of inflight or satellite communication, connected car, IoT, Broadband, Aviation, maritime, IoT, service mesh, neural mesh, neuralink, your brain … operating on MEO, LEO and GEO satellites, supporting MIMO architecture, multi-beam and polarization control as required. ESMA is next step from Electronically Steerable Antennas (ESM). These small, lightweight and low profile antennas (3 cm) are capable of directing a narrow beam over a sector angle, giving coverage as good, if not better, than a sector antenna but all in a much smaller package. Current next-generation satellite communication systems is based for example on ASICs and RFICs chipsets. Modern telecommunication companies develop a line of satellite communication modems with Software Defined Radio (SDR) and Electronically Steered Multi Beam Antennas (ESMA) to support the most advanced standards, such as DVB-S2X. The Innovative ESMA Ku-band Antenna is based on two ASIC chips, and aimed to provide affordable solution for IoT and Mobility Applications. ASIC chips and Antenna are created in one company, there can be hardware backdoor. (BIRDS & BEES ARE KILLED IN MILLIONS – Health Effects on Bees & Animals).

5G is a Weapon – World’s first ESMA (Electronically Steered Multi-Beam Array) Ku-band 256 element array antenna for Satellite communications terminals utilizing a fully digital beam forming technology, the new antenna array is being demonstrated in SmallSat Symposium 2019 in Mountain View, CA, USA. (SPACEX – 5G – Earth in Microwave Oven – Satellites – Frequencies from 10.7 GHz to 86 GHz – Directed Energy Weapons – Palpitations – Abnormality of the Heartbeat) The ESMA antenna can serve both as a stand-alone IoT terminal or a building block for a larger sized antenna. It is currently available in 10.75-12.7 GHz (Rx) and 25.5-27 GHz (Rx) receive and 13.75GHz-14.5GHz and 22.55-23.15 GHz (Tx) transmit frequencies. More frequencies are coming … A 256 element building block that can scale to very large arrays with large bandwidth without significant degradation. Antenna uses developed chips Prime and Beat. Prime is the first commercial Digital Beam Former ASIC, employing True Time Delay technology for 32 antenna elements, capable of processing over 2 Tbps of data. It could be cascaded to any size of antenna. What can happen to you when you are digitized? Who owns the keys to your mind and body now (Strategic Intelligence – Cryptocurrency System using Body Activity Data – ID2020 – Digital ID with Vaccines – Monarch RFID – NanoCore – Slavery)?

Microwave oven in Space – 5G Kill Grid

The antenna is capable of simultaneously pointing, tracking and managing multiple beams at multiple polarizations. Using digital beam forming technology allows the antenna to handle wide bandwidth using a large number of antenna elements. Satixfy said it is designing the industry’s smallest VSATs and multi-beam electronically steered antenna arrays for a variety of mobile applications and services such as Connected Car, IoT, consumer broadband, in-flight-connectivity, communication payloads and more (Electromagnetic Effects on Mitochondria).

This technology targets the “New Space” emerging trend: A shift from massive traditional, multi hundred-million dollar GEO communications satellites weighting more than 5000 kg, to a new generation of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations of many several-million dollar SmallSats. Each is weighting less than 500 kg, and is planned to deliver Internet, communications services, mass surveillance and mind control. This is the 5G kill Grid from space. The new services demands small and chip terminals, flexible enough to follow satellites movements on the sky and easily switching to the next one in the constellation. The new services can track each user and do some more … (5G Transmitters – High Gear Dielectric Lens Antenna – Chemical Nano Spraying – 3D Maps – 868 MHz – Battlefield Interrogation Equipment – Chemtrails)

ASICs radically increase system performance and reduce the weight and power requirements of terminals, payloads and gateway equipment. In-Flight-Connectivity (IFC) solutions bring to the market disruptive satellite communication technology and capabilities for various platforms, from business jets to narrow and wide body platforms. These solutions present a blend of thin form factor, lightweight, scalable size, future-proof, multi-beam operation (The WHO cover-up that is costing us the Earth).

Satellite based Internet of Things applications are a growing market requirement. Large agricultural crops, seas and oceans, forests and deserts are some of the locations that are best covered by satellite communications. Companies provide a satellite IoT terminal based on ASIC technology enabling worldwide connectivity and scanning. The future high-speed communications, surveillance eco-system is evolving to a multitude of aerial communications platforms: GEO, MEO, LEO and Drones that require a new generation of payloads. The surveillance is from your DNA level (Smart Dust – Neural Dust – Digital Dust – Nanobots – Nanoprobes – Nanorobots – nanoids – Nanomites – Smart Grid).

Communication Payloads for Satellite and Pseudo-Satellite Service

A new generation of payloads is required that can provide data throughput of many Gbps consuming relatively a very small amount of power and weighing significantly less than the traditional solutions. Communication Payloads for Satellite and Pseudo-Satellite Service such as: Broadband access, IoT, Backhauling, Mobility. Payload solutions are based on high efficiency Electronically Steered Multi-Beam Antenna technology. Modular array can scale to support small to large arrays and one to many simultaneous data service beams per array. A single antenna can illuminate multiple simultaneous beams in the coverage area. Moreover, a payload may include several antenna arrays providing much higher communication capacity and much larger area coverage. A comprehensive solution combining Digital Beam-Former, RF SoCs, modem SoCs and Phased Array Antennas.

Features

  • Low weight – critical for High Altitude Long Endurance, light weight platforms
  • Low power consumption
  • Electronic beam steering supporting platform’s dynamics
  • Beam hopping ready – utilize the payload power amplifiers to their utmost by lighting the required beams according to the traffic pattern and gain a better re-use of the available frequencies
  • High throughput (MultiGbps) – Large capacity, wide bandwidth per beam; Extreme high capacity using beam hopping frequency reuse
  • Communication on board processing providing real time data routing
  • FDD and TDD supporting DVB-S2X and many other waveforms

Digital Beam Former ASIC

The PRIME is a building block for an Active Flat Panel Array. It is designed to support up to 32 antenna elements and can be connected to other PRIME chip using a cascading SERDES port to build an antenna with the required G/T and EIRP. The antenna direction/steering is done by applying a different time delay to each element compensating for the time difference the wave front is hitting each antenna element for a certain direction. Apart for the time attribute, each element can have control over other parameters like gain, equalizer, pre-distortion compensation to shape the antenna beam and to maximize the antenna efficiency. The processing that is done per antenna element is called “Beam Former.” The beam former is processing the signal in the digital domain (DSP) by using high speed ADC/DAC to sample the signal. An RFIC chip (i.e “BEAT”) is converting the RF signal to a lower frequency IF signal that is sampled by the ADC capturing the full BW of the antenna. The signal processing inside the beam former is also compensating over antenna imperfections and is used to calibrate the antenna, compensate over variance in the RF front-end characteristics and used to match different fixed propagation delays in the antenna design, which can simplify the design (5G: Great risk for EU, U.S. and International Health! Compelling Evidence for Eight Distinct Types of Great Harm Caused by Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Exposures and the Mechanism that Causes Them).

The BF chip supports in a single chip 32 Tx elements and 32 Rx elements. This generic architecture is fully controlled and reconfigurable by an external CPU. Each Tx and Rx element is independently digitally controlled. Each BF chip is connected to his Prime chip neighbors to propagate the samples using cascading SERDES ports. Daisy chain connectivity to neighbors (previous and next) tiles through digital busses (SERDES), clock reference (L.O.) and Power lines.

BEAT – RFIC

The BEAT RFIC chip interfaces directly to the phased array antenna elements. The RFIC acts as the RF front-end module, interfacing between the antenna and the Prime. It is equivalent to a micro BUC and LNB unit.

The RFIC front-end chips fulfill the following functions:

  • Drives the transmit power to the antenna element. Targeting +10 dBm (P1dB) per antenna element.
  • Amplifies the received signal with a low noise amplifier.
  • Electronically control the polarization between RH and LH.
  • Down-converts and up-converts the signal to and from the IF frequencies used by the DBF Prime chip.
  • Control the polarization – V/H or LH/RH