We are developing and mass-producing advanced weapon systems such as
military tactical communication systems and radars by integrating advanced technologies.
The South Korean armed forces has operated the civil/military satellite Mugunghwa 5 as a military communication system, but it has been criticized for lack of communication security, inability to handle the rapidly increasing military communication requirements and vulnerability to jamming by the enemy. As a result, the necessity of a communication satellite for military use was raised, and the Military Satellite Communication System II began to be developed at the same time as the launch of the military communication satellite Anassis-2. The Objectives of the next-generation Military Satellite System are: (i) advancement into space, (ii) acquisition of information and communication transmission capabilities, (iii) improvement of information and communication protection capabilities, and (iv) elimination of blind spots in all-time communication. HUMEDIA is preparing for mass production by completing the development of two major modules for the next-generation Military Satellite Communication System.
This power board is a power assembly applied to the system control device. It converts +28V input to +28V and +5V and supplies them.
This power board is a power assembly applied to the baseband assembly for improvement of performance of submarine satellite terminals. It converts +24V input to five channel voltage and supplies it.