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January 30th, 2016
 
 
Clyde Space Updates — Expansion Into The USA + More...
American customers will be able to receive 'made in the USA' products, made by Americans for Americans.
 
GPS IIF-12 Travel Schedule Booked By United Launch Alliance
The GPS IIF-12 spacecraft mate to the Atlas V launch vehicle is on track to support a February 5 launch.
 
Two Payloads For NOAA's Joint Polar Satellite System To Be Produced By Harris' Exelis Space Systems
The Cross-track Infrared Sounder (CrIS) instrument produces high-resolution, three-dimensional temperature, pressure and moisture profiles used to enhance weather forecasting models.
 
Traveling Down The Space Data Highway Is EDRS-A + EUTELSAT 9B Is Slotted
After a test period, this satellite will become operational for its first end-user customer by mid-2016.
 
2016 To Be A Highly Promising Year For Airbus Safran Launchers
Airbus Safran Launchers is the lead contractor for Ariane 6 and is developing the new launcher under a contract signed with the European Space Agency on August 12, 2015.
 
New VSAT Router Rolls Out From Advantech Wireless
Building capabilities on the recently announced VR7400, this new router is able to support a wide range of critical applications.
 
PXI Reference Solution Introduced By Keysight Technologies
The Keysight Reference Solution enables engineers to quickly evaluate and integrate core radio test measurement capabilities into validation, production or depot test systems.
 
A Path Forward for Commercial Use of Higher Frequency Spectrum For IoT Proposed By TIA
TIA proposed that fixed-satellite service (FSS) be permitted to continue operating under existing rules...
 
Gilat @ MWC Barcelona 2016
Gilat presents its turnkey cellular connectivity solutions over satellite.
 
EMC's Global X-Band Coverage To Be Enhanced By XTAR
This contract signifies a renewal of a service that began in 2014 and XTAR’s services provides EMC with seamless coverage and plays a crucial role in supporting airborne communications requirements. 
 
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-4 Gains
DigitalGlobe accelerated the launch of WorldView-4 to meet strong international demand for the world’s highest resolution commercial satellite imagery.
 
Subscriber Growth For SES HD+ Experiences Growth
HD+ had 1.84 million subscribers at year-end 2015, compared to 1.65 million at year-end 2014.
 
Sensing The Tilt With Fredericks Company's Latest Release
The inclinometer uses a Fredericks TrueTILT wide-range electrolytic tilt sensor and RS-485 signal conditioner to provide reliable tilt measurement.
 
New RF Switches Launch From Fairview Microwave
These new RF switches offer exceptional reliability and repeatable performance.
 
The HD Viewing Experience For Korea Telecom Is Upped By Ericsson
Ericsson’s AVP 4000 MPEG-4 HD system meets the needs of satellite, IPTV, cable and transmission, delivering greater reliability and flexibility to withstand the demands of a new TV landscape.
 
CTO Botti To Leave Airbus Group
Botti’s perhaps most well-known initiative, the E-Fan all-electric aircraft, is a pioneering project for which he has received many international awards.