Current Satellite News
February 5th, 2016
Up + Away... ULA's Atlas V Rocket Whisks USAF's GPS IIF-12 Into The Blue
It's a go! Success with USAF's GPS IIF-12 launch from the Cape.
New SES Broadcast Deal + A Satellite Data Network All En Route From SES
Inter and NTN, six additional channels of Inter Media Group will be distributed on ASTRA 4A and the global satellite operator will be able to offer multiple solutions that will address the diverse needs of the data markets.
US Air Force Launches GPS IIF-12 Satellite + The End Of An Era
"Today's launch is a significant achievement in the history of GPS, as we launch the last of the GPS IIF satellites to be delivered on-orbit."
Acquisition Of COM DEV International By Honeywell Has Now Been Completed
Pursuant to the Arrangement, an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Honeywell has acquired all of the issued and outstanding COM DEV common shares, and former COM DEV majority-owned subsidiary exactEarth Ltd. has been spun out into a standalone public company.
Multiple Antennas From CPI ASC Signal Division For Rio Olympic Games Coverage
All of the antennas are equipped with the Next-Generation Controller (NGC) from CPI ASC Signal Division.
Es'hail-1 Satellite To Carry Qatari Channel
Al Rayyan Satellite TV channel was launched in 2012 with the focus to showcase Qatari cultural and national identity.
Acquiring Minds Wish To Know... RigNet Now Has Mexico's TECNOR
RigNet acquired all of the shares of Orgtec S.A.P.I. de C.V., d.b.a. TECNOR. The acquisition of the business includes all assets, employees, contracts and working capital.
WORK Microwave To Raise Their SATCOM Products Curtain @ Satellite 2016
The company will showcase the latest advancements to its analog and digital SATCOM solutions, including a new all-IP DVB-S2X product line.
DataPath's Big Plans
The expansion will include the launch of new products in the company’s portable satellite terminals business, continued development of its DataPath Services Division, as well as plans for new sales and customer service offices in the Middle East, India, Singapore and Australia.
HughesNet Going To The Dogs
High-speed Internet access and voice (VoIP) service are essential to quickly and efficiently communicate weather updates, course warnings and other information to make the race safer.
NASA Reflects On Webb's Final Mirror Installation The Biggest + Most Powerful Space Telescope... Ever
"...we look forward to installing the other optics and conducting tests on all the components to make sure the telescope can withstand a rocket launch."
A Moving Experience For Tango Wave
The new facility will house the Company’s design, manufacturing, testing and QA operations for its TWTA-based power amplifiers and subassemblies.
Enhancements A' Plenty For GeoExpress From LizardTech
The product now boasts a streamlined interface, faster processing and support for .pix raster files.