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July 22nd, 2016
 
 
In The Knowing For NISAR
Named NISAR, the satellite is expected to be completed by 2021.
 
The Design Viability Of Smallsats—The Proof Is In The Proving
Straub said he and his students managed to reduce the price to around $3,000 using mainly less-expensive consumer parts.
 
Thales Alenia Space's Flighty Satellite Work For Inmarsat
This key milestone was achieved on schedule following an extensive two-year build process.
 
Congratz To Cobham For An ACARS First—Chinese Certification
The product to receive this certification is Cobham SATCOM's AVIATOR 300D system.
 
DataPath® Makes 'em Man Packable And Receives Inmarsat Global Xpress Type Approval
DataPath's QCT90 man-pack terminal was designed for both simplicity and ruggedness to deliver quick connectivity in remote locations.  
 
Have Hydrogen, Will Fly... Russian UAVs Succeed In Syria
UAVs equipped with hydrogen engines showed positive results during  test flights.
 
The Zettabyte Era & The Future Of SATCOM
This free NSR webinar will discuss key topics on expanding SATCOM addressable markets in the mobile ecosystem
 
Healthy SATMED Support Is Here & Now For The Philippines
This implementation will enhance healthcare provision and deliver accessible e-health services to remote communities on the island of Mindanao.
 
An Awarding Day For SpeedCast
SpeedCast was presented with the award at the 10th Anniversary of the Annual Communications Alliance COMM Awards Dinner.