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September 24th, 2015
 
 
Gilat Expectations For 2015 Are Revised... + The Development + Supply Of In-Flight Connectivity Solutions
"Our revision is due to recent decisions to delay several large-scale projects by our customers, mainly in Mexico and Russia and in our defense-related activities."—Dov Baharav, Chairman + interim CEO, Gilat.
 
Harris Supplying Falcon III Tactical Radios To Latin American Nation
“These radios address the customer’s requirements for high data rate communication networks to support a variety of complex military missions."—Chris Young, President, Harris Communication Systems.
 
iDirect' Upgrades Evolution® Platform = Evolving w/Seamless Telecommunications Technologies 
Layer 2 over Satellite (L2oS) allows service providers to simplify network deployment and carry IP traffic wherever it needs to go

 
SES Government Solutions Will Support FAA Uplink Requirements On The Ground + In Space 
The data transmitted by the uplink stations will improve the accuracy, integrity and availability of the GPS signals intended to enable aircraft to rely on GPS for all phases of flight including ...
 
Thomas Keating It's All Sunny... Orders For Instruments Worth €8.5M For ESA's Weather Satellite Program
 “Thomas Keating and their subcontractor colleagues have shown enthusiasm and drive to bring their quasi optics and calibration technology to our technically-demanding satellite instrument.”
 
 Advantech Wireless Second Gen GaN Technology Supports The Military Based 300W/400W X-Band SapphireBlu SSPA/SSPB 
"These new SSPAs provide an impressive 60 percent increase in linearity over the previous generation Solid State Technology while reducing the size and energy consumption by more than 50 percent."
 
RigNet Drills Down ... To The Comms Solutions
The contract includes provision and maintenance of both stabilized and fixed antennas.
 
GL Communications' Enhanced T1 E1 Analyzer Takes Care Of (Non Caffeine Related) Jitters As It Channels + Bridges  
"Playback of some or all of the recorded data permits the user to recreate the transmission exactly as it occurred. Relative time synchronization to microsecond accuracy is easily achieved."