SSMS Vega POC Dispenser
The main projects on which G.L. Electronic cooperates, belongs dispenser to the top of the Vega rocket (Vega C). This unique design makes it possible to carry up to sixteen satellites simultaneously, making space available to companies and scientific institutions that cannot afford to launch their own rocket. G.L. Electronic realizes the complete production and integration of wiring harnesses and sensors. U
On September 3, 2020, the Vega rocket successfully delivered a dispenser with 53 small satellites into space.
MWI (Microwave Imaging Radiometer)
MWI is a part of MetOp-SG, Meteorological Operational Satellite
MetOp-Second Generation is a follow-on system to the first generation series of MetOp (Meteorological Operational) satellites, which currently provides operational meteorological observations from polar orbit. G.L. Electronic is working on manufacturing of harness on MWI.
JUICE – Medium Gain Antenna Subsystem and Low Frequency Receiver
The Medium Gain Antenna Major Assembly (MGAMA) is a biaxial steerable antenna that provides communication between JUICE and Earth. G.L. Electronic worked in cooperation with the Spanish company Sener on the production of cable harnesses.We are working with the Academy of Sciences (UFA) on a Low Frequency Receiver. LRF serves as a digital wave analyzer and is part of the RPWI (Radio and Plasma Waves Investigation) instrument. G.L. Electronic ensures the qualification of components and the manufacturing of electrical equipment.
The Electromagnetic Wave Analyzer (WAM) allows the first direct verification of lightning discharges in dust storms and wind vortices on the Mars surface. Another goal of the analyzer is to verify the possibility of propagation of radio waves from interplanetary space to the surface of Mars. G.L. Electronic worked on the assembly of an electrical device for the WAM and on the installation of a special connection cable.The device was scientifically processed at the Academy of Sciences (UFA) and manufactured in Brno.