PathFinder Digital LLC
PathFinder Digital LLC specializes in the development of RF and Free Space Optics (FSO) satellite ground terminal solutions engineered to meet the unique and particular needs of each project, primarily for military and government agency programs. PathFinder Digital identifies or develops the best satellite ground terminal solutions to meet the objectives of each set of requirements, including red/black architectures. PathFinder Digital uses the best available products, re-engineered or developed if necessary, to create the most effective and cost beneficial communications solutions for its customers. 
Due to its small size and low overhead, PathFinder Digital is able to quickly and inexpensively develop solutions tailored to meet each customer’s need with low pass-through. PathFinder Digital is agnostic to antenna and component suppliers, enabling it to choose “best of class” equipment. Due to its extensive network of industry partners, PathFinder Digital has the skills to develop solutions when none otherwise exist in the industry.2
PathFinder Digital specializes in the technical management of development programs to create satellite ground terminal solutions to meet the unique and particular needs of each project. We function as your satellite communications engineering and program management team. 3
PathFinder Digital maintains a 24/7 call center staffed 365 days a year to provide around the clock support to its satellite data service and hardware customers. PathFinder Digital also provides Tier I, II and III technical support on a contract basis on behalf of third party hardware and space segment providers. 4
NASA awarded a contract to PathFinder Digital to study the feasibility of developing a transportable research and test platform to facilitate the design of Free Space Optic (FSO) satellite networks. The study focuses on the development of Optical Ground Systems (OGS) and their interoperability to Optical Space Terminals (OST). The study also focuses on the development of atmospheric mitigation techniques such as site diversity, cognitive networking, and hybrid lasercom/Radio Frequency (RF) networks.