Earth stations and terminals
I need to design a shaped Cassegrain system
Earth Station antennas must be efficient, compliant and competitive. TICRA's software suite enables you to target all your optimization and design requirements needs, with expert support on hand to ensure full compatibility with your applications – and your challenges.
GRASP – Speed, accuracy, and efficiency
GRASP is a dedicated software tool for reflector systems enabling fast and accurate analysis and design of even the most advanced reflector antenna systems. Because most of the major players in the satellite industry contribute to the continuing development of GRASP, the software provides the versatility needed by the antenna engineer to model the primary radiation from a reflector system, accounting for imperfections such as surface errors, support struts, cut-out regions, scattering, and more.
CHAMP 3D – Analysis and design of passive waveguide components and complex feed chains
CHAMP is a fast, accurate, and intuitive design optimization software for horn and reflector antenna terminals with rotational symmetry within space, defence, satcom, and telecommunications as well as within science, research, and radio astronomy. With the numerous features in CHAMP, the user is guided through the entire design procedure of horns and reflector terminals.
POS - Reflector antenna shaping at its best
In today’s telecommunications satellites, highly shaped reflector antennas generate contoured beams that illuminate the desired coverage regions. In close cooperation with the satellite operators, the space agencies and all the major companies in the satellite industry POS is tailored to meet the most stringent requirements while providing the most accurate and efficient shaping of spacecraft antennas at the same time.
SATSOFT – Plan, design, and market communications satellites
SATSOFT is designed to speed up the process of planning, designing, and marketing communication satellite payloads for GEO, LEO, or MEO constellations. The user can quickly assess antenna coverage and gain, conduct antenna trade studies, develop shaped beam and multi-beam antenna designs, and complete many other tasks required for payload design and regulatory filings.