RBC Signals Expands Coverage with C-Core Partnership
RBC Signals, global communication services provider for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite operators, has announced a partnership with C-Core, a Canadian research and development company. As part of the agreement, C-Core, which has developed a novel ground station optimized for Arctic deployment, will provide RBC Signals with the use of its ground station in Inuvik, Canada. The addition of the antenna will expand RBC Signals’ coverage, specifically in the key Arctic region.
The RBC Signals global ground station network includes more than 45 antennas in over 30 locations worldwide. The network provides commercial satellite operators with mission-critical Telemetry Tracking and Control (TT&C), payload data delivery and data processing services. At the cornerstone of RBS Signals’ services are real-time, high bandwidth and flexible pay-as-you-go options designed specifically to address the specific needs of today’s commercial operators.
The company combines the excess capacity of existing ground stations with RBC-owned stations located strategically across the globe. This “sharing economy” model is unique in the industry and aims to benefit ground station owners with additional revenue in exchange for use of under leveraged antenna assets.