As demand for broadband internet grows, communications satellite manufacturers and operators are looking to higher frequencies in a bid for more bandwidth. The problem is that Ka-band, which only entered widespread use over the past decade, is becoming increasingly congested. The industry is looking higher up the frequency range, to less-used parts of electromagnetic spectrum such as Q/V-band or W-band and even optical communications. But higher frequencies mean new technologies must be ...

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