FreeFall’s spherical reflector technology is shown here at 160,000 feet above New Mexico riding on NASA’s “Big 60” Balloon. See news for more details.
Revolutionary Intelligent Antenna Systems for Space and Ground
All-Sky Antenna System
FreeFall’s All-Sky Antenna enables continuous high-gain data-on-the-move for vehicles, ships, and virtually any other platform. By combining our line feeds with a hemispherical reflector, we provide full-sky coverage and autonomous satellite tracking without any moving parts or antenna pointing required. Fully electronic beam steering and motion compensation maintain the high-gain link at all times, whether on a moving vehicle or maritime platform.
Smart City Antennas
Low power and low profile, the FreeStar will outperform today’s antennas by providing extremely rapid 360 degree scanning for device discovery and tracking. Our proprietary dielectric rod technology is unlike anything else on the market. Combined with FreeFall’s advanced “Find and Follow” tracking software, it allows one FreeStar to replace three or four traditional flat panel arrays. Mobile users benefit from consistent signal strength and high data rate.
We move data
Fast, reliable, low-cost access to large volumes of data is one of the most critical capabilities that will define the future.
FreeFall’s unique 3-dimensional phased array antenna technology can provide high data rate communication at virtually any frequency at a fraction of the size and cost of any existing solution.
Fully electronic beam steering and 360 degree coverage eliminates moving parts to dramatically reduce cost and complexity
Small, lightweight, low power antenna systems for space and ground
Fast, reliable, low-cost access to large volumes of data is one of the most critical capabilities that will define the future
FreeFall’s unique antenna technology provides high data rate communication at virtually any frequency at a fraction of the size and cost of any existing solution
Cutting-edge “Find and Follow” algorithms enable the full mobile connectivity envisioned for the 5G future