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March 23rd, 2015
ETL Systems To Upgrade Intelsat's Teleport Includes An Enigma Matrix
"This is why extending our relationship with ETL Systems was the best choice. The addition of the Enigma routers in our operations will enable our personnel to monitor multiple projects with complete confidence." 
REXUS 18 Launches + Ranges Skyward With Four Experiments
EuroLaunch, a cooperation between the Esrange Space Center of SSC and the Mobile Rocket Base (MORABA) of DLR, is responsible for the campaign management and operations of the launch vehicles.
Dual Galileos Getting Ready To Go...
The Galileo program is Europe's initiative for satellite navigation.
An "Uh-Oh" For GPS IIF Satellites — Workaround In The Works by Air Force Space Command...
A close examination of archived GPS message data reveals that the message indexing error has gone unnoticed since 2013.
The First Payload Test Mission Is Revealed By NovaWurks
")ur HISat technology is the core element in defining and building space systems in a disruptive new way.”—Talbot Jaeger, Founder + CTO, NovaWurks.
Vanuatu Woes Targeted By SES + Digicel For SATCOM Relief Projects
We are glad that we can play a part in restoring communications networks and to provide humanitarian relief via satellite."—Deepak Mathur, Sr. V.P., SES.
More Than One-And-A-Half Million Pounds In Funding By UK Space Agency
"With so many missions in the pipeline it is an exciting time to be working in planetary science and it’s great to be in the thick of it."—Dr. Susan Conway, Open University.
Flat Panel Antennas For Maritime Are Key Focus For New e3 Systems + KYMETA Partnership
“This is a major step forward in global satellite broadband connectivity and capabilities.”—Roger Horner, Managing Director, e3 Systems.
Gilat's New SOTM Antenna Attracts Exelis Orders
"This new antenna brings even greater capability to GNOMAD and the Soldiers using this SOTM system in the battlefield."—Nick Bobay, President, Exelis Night Vision + Communications Solutions.
Successful Testing For Honeywell's GX Aviation Hardware—Inmarsat Now Going For Higher Data Rate Testing
"Both the GX network and Honeywell’s terminal have met and exceeded our high expectations."—Leo Mondale, President, Inmarsat Aviation.
North American Media Business for The SPACECONNECTION Continues To Ply The Skies With Intelsat Satellite Capacity
“The strength and quality of Intelsat’s video neighborhoods provides tremendous benefits for our customer base."—Jonathan Crawford, President + CEO, The SPACECONNECTION.
Ultra-Compact + High Efficiency SSPAs From Mission Microwave Make Their Market Entrance
"They are small enough to mount directly on an antenna boom, weighing in at only 11 pounds."—Francis Auricchio, President + CEO. Mission Microwave.
Reducing Admin Hassles For Crew Comms Onboard Ships Via Airbus Defence & Space' New XChange Functionality
Version 3.2 meets the need to reduce costs and time spent on crew welfare management as facilities on board improve and become more complex.
Macro Analysis Of Satellite Imagery Draws Nearly $9 Million For Orbital Insight In Series A Financing Round...
"There are so many possibilities for satellite images to help us better understand the world we live in today."—Dr. James Crawford, Orbital Insight Founder.
Peter Blaney + Cobham Satcom's Sea Tel Receive MSUA Pioneer Awards
“I am proud to be a key contributor to Sea Tel’s pioneering advancements in the maritime VSAT industry and honored to be presented with this award.”—Peter Blaney.
Having Higher Hub Capacity Is The Result Of XipLink's New XA Products
The new XA 60K Hub Appliance will be available in April, while higher capacity systems based on the same hardware platform will be delivered later in 2015.
Industrial Connectivity Improvements Via Laird's New HCR Antennas
With applications including commercial, industrial, and the IoT, these antennas are the result of extensive investment in research, customer feedback, and comprehensive testing.