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August 31st, 2016
PerúSAT-1 Processed With Payload Partners
The integration activity occurred in the Spaceport's S3B preparation facility, where PerúSAT-1 was installed inside the VESPA dispenser.
SSL Mustering The Musters For nbn
Sky Muster II is a Ka-band, high-throughput broadband satellite that uses multiple spot beams.
A Protection Play By Walton De-Ice For Telespazio
Telespazio joins a growing number of facilities in Europe that have recently added or upgraded Walton De-Icing systems.
Smallsat Launches Are A Big Deal For Antrix
India’s space agency is positioning PSLV as a reliable rocket for smallsat orbital injections.
Inmarsat Selects Satcom Global As Global Xpress VAR For Maritime And Enterprise Markets
Inmarsat’s powerful new Ka-band capabilities enables Satcom Global to diversify and enhance their service portfolio...
On The Show Floor... Driving In With A New Antenna
The company is launching their all new EXPLORER 8120 at IBC2016 next week.
ETL's New Lightweight Fiber Delivers Like An Athlete That Goes The Distance At Outdoor Broadcast Events
...works through an outdoor transmit fiber extender module, connected to an omnidirectional antenna that receives the wireless camera signals direct from the live events.
NSSLGlobal Accelerates Teekay
A new $4 million VSAT upgrade and contract extension has now been signed between the two firms.
IBC 2016's Judges' Award Is Out Of This World And Goes To... NASA
NASA has ensured that every moment of the space exploration program has been captured, firstly with film cameras and then video, including the globally viewed footage of Neil Armstrong setting foot on the moon in 1969.
M-Three Satcom Can Assist In Three Critical Services At IBC
M-Three Satcom provides excellent service for TV and Radio channels for distribution in DTH and for DTT and DAB contribution through Hot Bird—Eutelsat 13 East, E9A, E70B, E28A and others.
Would You Repeat That, Please... Indoors...
This new coaxial repeater system merges the ODU and IDU into one combined unit and removes the optical fiber interfaces.
Fairview Microwave's Rigorous VNA Test Cables
The braided stainless steel armoring surrounding the coax provides a rugged but flexible cable with a flex life exceeding 100,000 cycles.