Superbird 7 [MELCO]
The DS2000 platform was developed based on a design originally created for the DRTS and ETS 8 platforms through development by JAXA. After winning an international bid competition for the MTSAT-2, a Japanese commercial satellite launched in 2006, the company incorporated evolutionary changes to match the requirements for standard commercial communications satellites and introduced the DS2000.
An original program management system developed based on Mitsubishi Electric’s years of experience in the communications satellite business allows customers to access design data and processes and request changes during development, production and testing. This high level of visibility ensures that each platform is tailored to exact requirements and is completed in time to meet the delivery schedule, thus allowing the DS2000 to meet the needs of communications satellite operators around the world.
|ETS 8 (Kiku 8)||18.12.2006||H-2A-204||5800|
|DSN 2 (Kirameki 2)||2014||24.01.2017||H-2A-204|
|Es'hail 2||2014||2018||Falcon-9 v1.2||~3000|
|MTSat 2 (Himawari 7)||2000||18.02.2006||H-2A-2024||4650|
|QZS 1 (Michibiki 1)||11.09.2010||H-2A-202||4100|
|QZS 2 (Michibiki 2)||2013||2017||H-2A-202||4000|
|QZS 3 (Michibiki 3)||2013||2017||H-2A-204||4700|
|QZS 4 (Michibiki 4)||2013||2018||H-2A-202||4000|
|Superbird 7 (Superbird C2)||2005||14.08.2008||Ariane-5ECA||4820|
|Superbird 8 / DSN 1 (Superbird B3 / Kirameki 1)||2014||2018||Ariane-5ECA|
|Türksat 4A||2011||14.02.2014||Proton-M Briz-M (Ph.3)||4850|
|Türksat 4B||2011||16.10.2015||Proton-M Briz-M (Ph.3)||4924|