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Interoperable, ultra-low profile, high-gain satcom on the move


Press release

27 February 2023

Cambridge Science Park lease completed

Hanwha Phasor has today completed the lease on a new site at Cambridge Science Park, offering design and office space for up to 30 engineers alongside a bespoke laboratory area allowing the company to perform extensive in-house ASIC design, development, testing and characterisation activities.

With the custom ASIC core to the Company’s development, the strengthened chip design team is now headed up by industry professional Dr Merv Haynes who joined the team at the start of January.

“I am delighted to join Hanwha Phasor at this exciting time of product development and growth in the team. We are designing the next generation of custom ASICs for the SOTM market and the move to a new facility is the next step in that journey.”




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About Hanwha Phasor
Hanwha Phasor is the original disruptor in ultra-low profile, very high-performance antennas for satellite communications on the move.

Marking a radical departure from traditional parabolic reflectors, its solid-state flat-panel technology will occupy a powerful position in the evolving satcom terminal ecosystem, particularly in the race for low-Earth orbit connectivity.

Hanwha Phasor has re-engineered AESAs (active electronically-steered arrays) to provide mobile satcom in a single 7 cm (2¾ inch) deep package – radome, antenna and the entire RF chain included – at a fraction of the cost of existing AESAs.

Despite this profile, its enterprise-grade technology will connect to any orbit in space from almost any environment on Earth – with no compromise on performance. When fully realised, it will include the agile multi-beam capability needed to enable seamless make-before-break service from the new low- to medium-Earth-orbiting satellites.

Hanwha Phasor’s technology came to life with Phasor Solutions, a start-up. It is now moving into the productionisation phase, with the full support of its parent company Hanwha Systems, the Korean IT, defence and aerospace giant with big ambitions in New Space. It is carrying out full lifecycle testing in its central London and outdoor test ranges at system-integration level and has entered the pre-production phase with Plexus Corp., its global design and manufacturing partner.


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