Whether you are an established satellite operator or you just joined the space game and plan to launch your first CubeSat ...
Whether you are an established ground station operator or you plan to build a state of the art new ground station network ...
... we've got you covered! We have combined a lot of good ideas and hard work to deliver a software-based, cost-effective solution which we bring to the market and it's here to stay.
Pure software acquisition using Blink and a simple SDR
Blink supports pure software mode, making it a perfect candidate for missions transmitting at up to a few Mbps. Use Blink software with a low-cost, easily replaceable, robust COTS server and a software-defined radio that most suits your mission's needs.
Up to 1Gbps per channel in a single box with Blink and Omnisat
Blink built directly into the Omnisat demodulator provides a clean, fully fledged, turn-key solution for the most demanding missions.
Antwerp Space is a leading Belgian company specialised in the delivery of satellite communication solutions and products since 1962.
In 2017, Amphinicy and Antwerp Space established a collaboration with the aim of delivering a fully-fledged, multi-protocol DFEP solution based on Blink and Omnisat.
Antwerp Space modems come in three versions: LT, LT+ and extendable Omnisat platform. Learn more about the Omnisat solution on the product's page.
Blink and a demodulator of your choice for up to 4Gbps
Blink can be plugged in seamlessly behind existing mainstream demodulators, reducing costs and improving overall flexibility and acquisition analytics, and providing rich reporting.
Verified drop-in compatible devices include Antwerp Space Omnisat and Zodiac Cortex XXL HDR, among others.
Interactive processing of stream samples - Blink as a "swiss knife" toolset
Blink levers its performance to deliver unprecedented ad hoc data management and analysis capabilities, which is especially useful during ground station verification and validation and later mission phases. Converting CADU, VCDU and ISP streams, filtering, extracting specific frames or packet ranges, demultiplexing across virtual channels and instruments, displaying low-level headers in user- or machine-readable form, generating rich reports with overall and detail information and automation options advanced enough to set up automatically scheduled data acquisition with just a little shell script.
You may well find yourself looking back, wondering how you got these kinds of tasks done before Blink.