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January 6th, 2015
 
 
SpaceX... X-ed Today's Launch...Scrubbed Due To Technical Issues
"There is only an instantaneous launch window available, meaning that the blastoff must proceed at that exact instant."
 
Checking Out The Forests Via Satellite Is The Indian Intent
"A dedicated satellite is needed because at present we get the data from other agencies.”
 
@ CES: Satellite Device Portfolio Expansion By Broadcom
"Broadcom's newest addition to our low-power ODU portfolio allows operators to increase the availability of satellite services..."—Nicholas Dunn, Broadcom Vice President of Marketing, Broadband and Connectivity Group, Broadcom.
 
China's Lunar Orbiter Looks @ Mid-January For A Return Moon Orbit
"It was the first time for a Chinese spacecraft to reach the L2 point..."—Zhao Wenbo, vice director, SASTIND's lunar probe and space project center.
 
TICRA's SATCOM Tools Enhanced Through Acquisition Of SATSOFT
"TICRA is now able to add SATSOFT to our product line, where it supplements our tools for antenna experts extremely well.”—Hans-Henrik Viskum, Director of Business Development, TICRA.
 
Harris CapRock Communications Takes Top Award Four Years In A Row 
 “With teleports on six continents, we provide service coverage to nearly any point on the globe."
 
FreeWave's Analysis Has A Twist... IoT May Be The Current Rage, Yet Wireless M2M Drives Its Success
 
Despite the undeniably intriguing future of a connected world, IoT is still very fragmented.
 
@ CES: Full Demo Of ATSC3.0 Technology By Samsung, Comark and TeamCast
“It’s a great opportunity for us to illustrate in real operation our new VORTEX product range, designed to support both ATSC 1.0 and proposed ATSC 3.0..."—Eric Pinson, Business Unit Manager, TeamCast.