Lyteloop Satellite

HyperScale Data Centers in space

Introducing
Satellite

Satellite allows for storage of hundreds of petabytes and even exabytes, more securely than the current alternatives, faster, and for a lower cost of ownership. The future of data storage is in motion.

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01

Launch

The satellites are folded into a cluster and launched into orbit.

02

Spread

The satellites spread out to create constellations.

03

Unfold

Each satellite unfolds to become fully operational.

04

Store

The satellites bounce the data between each other, storing data on light (high-bandwidth lasers) between the satellites.

Satellite

Capacity

Capacity
Storage Capacity = 2 x D x Bitrate / C

N = Number of apertures per satellite
C = speed of light
S = Total number of Satellites
P = # Satellites “seen” by each satellite
D = Distance between satellites

DESIGN USING PATENTED ANGLE  MULTIPLEXING
Capacity
Storage Capacity = S x P x N2 x avg D x Bitrate / C

N = Number of Apertures per satellite
C = speed of light
S = Total number of Satellites
P = # Satellites “seen” by each satellite
D = Distance between satellites

Satellite

Sizes

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# satellites
# satellites in seen
Distance (km)
Aperture Array Diameter (m)
# apertures
Power consumption Per Satellite in Watts for optics
Storage in Petabytes
2 Geostationary
1
1,000
1.9
28
10,000
220
2 Geostationary
1
1,500
2.3
24
10,000
256
100
(~500kg)
20
1,500
2.3
1
500
471
100
(~500kg)
20
2,000
2.65
1
500
631
300 (Smaller)
75
1,000
1
1
300
703
300 (Smaller)
75
1,000
1.9
1
125
1,984
Wavelengths: 266 nm to 3400 nm
Regenerate signal at every aperture
F = 0.9
Satellite Specs

Satellite

Specs

Payload Power (Watts)
~400
Weight (Kg)
~250

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