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October 27th, 2011
 
UPDATE: United Launch Alliance... More Insight For Earth (Launch)
[SatNews] This event occurred with launch vehicle aplomb...
Astrium... Handover Handled (Satellite)
[SatNews] The all-important handover of this satellite has now been accomplished...
Arianespace... A Family Affair (Launches)
[SatNews] All of the elements are now in place at the Spaceport for the Company's upcoming launch efforts...
SatBroadcasting™... This report includes new information from Bridge Technologies, Cisco + AT&T, Intelsat + du Expand
[SatNews] Breaking news items for those who have an interest in the various products that play a significantly role in the satellite broadcasting industries....
KVH Industries... Tying In To TACNAV (SATCOM)
[SatNews] This new order is from an international military customer...
Comtech Xicom Technology... @ MILCOM 2011 With...
[SatNews] At the upcoming MILCOM 2011 exhibition, at Booth 743, the Company will present...
Vizada... Mining Concerns (SATCOM)
[SatNews] The Company is driving their services into mines in Mexico...
NewCom International... Offering Crucial Comms... (SATCOM)
[SatNews] Internet connectivity assistance has been donated by the Company to relief efforts in Libya...
TeleCommunication Systems... Alert Approval (Comms)
[SatNews] FEMA has OK'd the Company's CMAS offering...
SatBroadcasting™... This report includes new information regarding BBC, France Telecom-Orange Group, Intelsat + TBS
[SatNews] Breaking news items for those who have an interest in the various products that play a significanty role in the satellite broadcasting industries....
GateHouse... Breaking The Mold (SATCOM)
[SatNews] This is the first implementation of SDR technology in combo with BGAN...
Here's Looking @ Earth... Torrentials In Thailand (Imagery)
[SatNews] Courtesy of DigitalGlobe...
China Suspect In U.S. Satellite Interference: Report
NASA satellites were interfered with four separate times in 2007 and 2008, possibly by the Chinese military, according to a draft of an upcoming report for the US Congress.