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March 29th, 2017
 
 
Norsat Agreement for Their Acquisition by Hytera Project Corporation
As previously disclosed by Norsat on March 17, 2017, Privet Fund Management LLP (“Privet”) submitted a non-binding letter of interest to acquire the Company for cash consideration of $10.25 USD per share subject to due diligence...
 
Russia's Top Military Brass Warns Nearly All Low-Orbit Satellites Within Reach of US Missiles
Russia's General Staff says practically all low orbit spacecraft will be within the missile defense’s killing zone
 
Cloud Constellation's SpaceBelt™ Receives US Patent... Security Has Never Been So Secure
... able to transport and/or store large blocks of data quickly and securely without exposure to any terrestrial communications infrastructure.
 
Elon Joins Keynote Speakers at the Upcoming International Space Station Research and Development Conference
The ISSR&D Conference was created to connect commercial and academic communities involved in new innovations...
 
Hiltron Communications Offers Super-HMM Antenna Mount
The Super-HMAM includes high-grade drives for azimuth and elevation plus a high-accuracy polarization drive and is fully compatible with...
 
Foxcom Does Enjoy Repeating Itself — New GPS/GNSS Solutions Debut
Foxcom is now aiming to position itself as a leading supplier of advanced GPS/GNSS repeater solutions worldwide.
 
Fuller Named as CTO for Globecast
Ken will lead all aspects of the company’s technical development and will work closely with the executive management team ...
 
The Debut of Kognifai from KONGSBERG
Since 2014, different business units within KONGSBERG have merged their technology, knowledge, and effort to create Kognifai...
 
Off-Air Testing of Satellite Communications Terminals and Solutions Essential
When validating and testing solutions using satellite communications, the uncontrollable and sometimes unpredictable conditions of a live satellite service can be problematic.
 
Debugging App for ViaSat Satellite Debugging Selected — McObject®'s eXtremeDB®
Today, approximately 1 million metric entries per second are captured from the ViaSat ground system using eXtremeDB.