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The first Large European Antenna with a diameter larger than 5 meters

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Project "LEA" data sheet

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Coordinator
FHP- FREZITE HIGH PERFORMANCE LDA 

Organization address
address: RUA ENGENHEIRO FERREIRA DIAS 401-40
city: PORTO
postcode: 4149-013
website: www.hps-lda.pt

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 Coordinator Country Portugal [PT]
 Project website http://www.welea.eu
 Total cost 5˙021˙681 €
 EC max contribution 4˙993˙306 € (99%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.2.1.6.2. (Enabling advances in space technology)
2. H2020-EU.2.1.6.1.1. (Safeguard and further develop a competitive, sustainable and entrepreneurial space industry and research community and strengthen European non-dependence in space systems)
 Code Call H2020-COMPET-2017
 Funding Scheme RIA
 Starting year 2017
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2017-11-01   to  2020-10-31

 Partnership

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# participants  country  role  EC contrib. [€] 
1    FHP- FREZITE HIGH PERFORMANCE LDA PT (PORTO) coordinator 470˙000.00
2    High Performance Space Structure Systems GmbH DE (MUENCHEN) participant 980˙000.00
3    LARGE SPACE STRUCTURES GMBH DE (GARCHING B MUNCHEN) participant 950˙000.00
4    RUAG SPACE GERMANY GMBH DE (COSWIG) participant 750˙000.00
5    INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE TECNICA AEROESPACIAL ESTEBAN TERRADAS ES (TORREJON DE ARDOZ MADRID) participant 294˙431.00
6    INVENT INNOVATIVE VERBUNDWERKSTOFFEREALISATION UND VERMARKTUNG NEUERTECHNOLOGIEN GMBH DE (BRAUNSCHWEIG) participant 270˙000.00
7    VON HOERNER & SULGER GMBH DE (SCHWETZINGEN) participant 270˙000.00
8    INEGI - INSTITUTO DE CIENCIA E INOVACAO EM ENGENHARIA MECANICA E ENGENHARIA INDUSTRIAL PT (PORTO) participant 230˙000.00
9    TICRA FOND DK (KOBENHAVN K) participant 200˙000.00
10    AIRBUS DEFENCE AND SPACE GMBH DE (TAUFKIRCHEN) participant 150˙000.00
11    ETAMAX SPACE GMBH DE (BRAUNSCHWEIG) participant 120˙000.00
12    LUMA METALL AB SE (KALMAR) participant 100˙000.00
13    OHB SYSTEM AG DE (BREMEN) participant 100˙000.00
14    Weber-Steinhaus & Smith DE (BREMEN) participant 58˙875.00
15    THALES ALENIA SPACE FRANCE SAS FR (TOULOUSE) participant 50˙000.00

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 Project objective

Terrestrial demands on space missions are increasing rapidly in terms of complexity, technology and velocity. Next to navigation (GPS, GALILEO), science (investigation of space and the universe) and exploration (ISS, Mars), two types of space missions are very important for Europe: Earth Observation (EO, for the sustainability of nature and mankind) and Telecommunication (TC, for business and global connectivity). Each mission requires partly unique technologies, which are produced by only very few global suppliers.

If these technologies are not available from within Europe, there is a danger that non-dependent missions may not be performed, created and tailored with a consequent loss of sovereignty in political decisions and a loss of market shares. One of these so-called “Critical Technologies” is the “Large Deployable Reflector (LDR)”.

Packed in stowed configurations, these reflectors can be accommodated on satellites, which then still comply with the limited launcher fairing volumes. By enlarging the size of the reflector it is possible to offer higher sensitivity and resolution, e.g. for radar missions (EO & science) and implement stronger communication links for e.g. higher data throughput (TC). Within the upcoming eight years the demand for such reflectors will increase worldwide, whereas the Consortium targets a certain market share with its “Large European Antenna (LEA)”. The proposed H2020 project would now enable the combination of the technologies previously developed by the consortium members and the joining of further European entities to fill the remaining gaps and form one strong and complete European team. Through obtaining an EC-grant for LEA, each building block will be upgraded with innovation, adapted to a scenario and qualified to meet one common target, namely: 1st European PFM (including reflector and arm) reaching TRL 8 to be ready for integration by the end of 2020 and for flight in 2021.

 Deliverables

List of deliverables.
Dissemination Plan Documents, reports 2019-07-24 18:58:35
Reference Mission Selection Documents, reports 2019-07-24 18:58:35
LEA Subsystem Requirements Documents, reports 2019-07-24 18:58:35

Take a look to the deliverables list in detail:  detailed list of LEA deliverables.

 Publications

year authors and title journal last update
List of publications.
2018 L. Datashvili (LSS) + HPS-DE, TICRA, HTS/RUAG, ESA
European Large Deployable Mesh Antenna Reflector Approaching Qualification Phase.
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International Conference on Advanced Lightweight Structures and Reflector Antennas 2019-07-24
2018 Ernst K. Pfeiffer (HPS-DE)
LEA – Large European Antenna: A success Story
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International Information Day H2020 2019-07-24
2018 M. Garcia-Patrón (INTA)
PIM antenna testing facility at INTA. Large Deployable Antenna application
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International Conference on Advanced Lightweight Structures and Reflector Antennas 2019-07-24
2018 T. Sinn (HPS-DE) + LSS, HPS-PT, HTS/RUAG, TICRA, OHB, TAS
Specification and Preliminary Design of the EC H2020 Large European Antenna (LEA)
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International Conference on Advanced Lightweight Structures and Reflector Antennas 2019-07-24
2017 S. Endler (HPS-DE) + LSS, HTS/RUAG
Große entfaltbare 5-20 m Antennen –Deutsch/Europäische Unabhängigkeit in Griffweite
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5. Nationale Konferenz „Satellitenkommunikation in Deutschland“ 2019-07-24

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