Isotropic Systems Limited (ISL), a London, UK-based developer of a satellite antenna for high throughput connectivity, raised $1m in funding.
The round was led by Waterlow Management Ltd.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to develop the antenna.
Led by Dan DiFonzo, Chief Technology Officer, Isotropic Systems is advancing satellite antenna technology for high throughput connectivity in mobility markets. The company’s products aim to be the first ‘broadband’ low-profile antenna with fully electronic beam steering. Designed for satellite broadcast, VSAT, microwave, multipoint wireless and 5G broadband communications, the antennas have no moving parts to adhere to the stability requirements of mobility.
ISL will initially focus on broadcast and VSAT applications in the satellite industry.