This technology pertains to an optical dome that uses an ultra-high-frequency magnetic pulse field programmer to modify multiple layers of programmable optics to act as focal mirrors that change the direction, angle, pan, tilt, and other spatial characteristics of the geospatial transmission to calibrate the transmission based on the travelling and changing position of the satellite. Each of millions of focal op are in its own frequency. The frequency range of the ultra-high-frequency magnetic pulse fields are over one terahertz. The outer layers of the dome block outside interference signals. Other than the signals that exit and pertain to use of camera technology through infrared, for example, all other signals are blocked through optics to protect the devices and the optical systems. The dome shields from radio frequency. If the geospatial optical projector will be used with a RF system, the RF system either needs to be in another satellite, or the satellite needs to have other detection grids that receive the RF signals. This could pertain to wings that receive the RF signals.
This technology of the optical projection focalization dome is programmable optical through programmable materials, such as the same materials that can display multiple optical mirrors within the same physical matter, while the frequencies differ, and there is no interference.