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August 17th, 2016
Arianespace's Sixth In 2016...An Epic Launch As VA232 Sends Off Doubles
The satellite’s Ku-band spot beams are to provide broadband services for Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia, while a Ku-band wide beam provides broadcast coverage of Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Industry Investments Presented In Depth At Space Foundation's Recent Boutique Forum
Space Foundation offered a venue that was able to present a number of panels and discussions that could only be described as intensely interesting and informative.
No Sitting On This SOFA As NSR Produces Financial Analysis
NSR’s upcoming Satellite Operator Financial Analysis, 6th Edition (SOFA6) offers readers the financial metrics of satellite operators across the globe.
Russia's Aist-2D Satellite Gets Some New Guidance
The new GNC system aims to control vehicle orientation and to compensate on-board rotating micro-accelerations in the low frequency spectrum.
Coax Bi-Directional Amplifiers Make Their Entrance From Fairview Microwave
These bi-directional amplifiers are designed for use in commercial and military applications and will support any signal type and modulation format.
Global Telesat Communications Wins 'Votes' To Supply Mobile Satellite Services In African State Elections
further evidence that our expanding global footprint is firmly establishing us as a premier provider of satellite-based communications products and services across the world.
Keysight's Free Satellite Earth Station Performance App 
This free offering from Keysight Technologies reveals how to perform precision validation, maintenance and repair of satellite Earth stations using the company's FieldFox handheld analyzer.
Moving On Up... Davison To Executive Director & Eddings To Executive Team At AQYR
AQYR develops, designs, manufactures, and supports compact, auto-acquisition Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSAT) and accessory products for commercial and military markets.
DISA Global Opens New Facility And Never Closes... Ever Vigilant About Cyber Warfare
“When you see this building, you may not see airplanes, but you are going to see a facility that is right smack dab in the middle of this cyber-war."
NASA College Students Successfully Launch RockSat-X On A Doggie Rocket
Just because these college students are intelligent doesn't mean they don't have a sense of humor and are having fun while engaged in a scientific experiment.
A Winning IoT Combo For ORBCOMM
The offerings winning this recognition include the company's PT 7000 and the ORBCOMMconnect multi-network management portal.
UK Orders Third Zephyr S... The Wind Beneath Its Wings Carries It For Weeks
Replacing one conventional UAV with just one Zephyr would save 2,000 tons of fuel each year.