Satria is an Indonesian geostationary VHTS (Very High Throughput) communications satellite built by Thales Alenia Space for the Satelit Nusantara Tiga (SNT) consortium.
The Satelit Nusantara Tiga (SNT) is led by Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN) to be operating company to carry on the project. The shareholders of SNT are PSN, PT Pintar Nusantara Sejahtera (Pintar), PT Nusantara Satelit Sejahtera, and PT Dian Semesta Sentosa (subsidiary of PT Dian Swastatika Sentosa Tbk). PSN and Pintar are the majority shareholders of SNT and both will maintain majority ownership in the operating company throughout the project lifetime.
Acting as prime contractor, Thales Alenia Space will deliver the Very High Throughput (VHTS) satellite based on its Spacebus-Neo full electric platform and fitted with a fifth-generation digital processor (5G). The company will also be in charge to provide two satellite control centers (main and backup), the telecommand and telemetry stations, and the ground mission segment linked to the fully processed payload. In addition, Thales Alenia Space will put in place a complete training program for PSN engineers, where part of them will join the project team as residents in Cannes and Toulouse during the duration of the program.
The full Ka-band SATRIA satellite will carry more than 150 gigabits per second over the full Indonesian territory. Dedicated to narrow the digital divide, SATRIA has the ambition to connect around 145,000 areas including 90,000 schools, 40,000 hospitals and public buildings as well as regional government sites not linked by existing satellite or terrestrial infrastructure. The satellite will contribute to the digital infrastructure developments in Indonesia.
SATRIA is expected to be launched in Q4 2022 and will be positioned in orbit at 146°E for a 15 years life time.
|Type / Application:||Communication|
|Operator:||Satelit Nusantara Tiga (SNT)|
|Contractors:||Thales Alenia Space|
|Equipment:||Ka-band 150 Gbps Very High Througput Payload|
|Propulsion:||?, electric propulsion|
|Power:||2 deployable solar arrays, batteries|