WASHINGTON — Israeli broadband-cubesat constellation startup NSLComm has closed a $6.25-million Series B round financing, enabling the company to contract two more satellites — likely from AAC Microtec Clyde Space.
NSLComm’s system is centered on a deployable Ka-band antenna designed to offer throughput of 1Gbps from a 6u-sized cubesat. The first, NSLSat 1, is scheduled for launch late this year.
The latest funding round was provided by a broad group of investors, including Cockpit Innovation, part of Israel’s El Al Group. El Al has . . .
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