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September 14th, 2016
 
 
A Valuable TWTA Follow-On Order For CPI's Satcom Division
CPI’s products will be part of a primary uplink system in a well-established, DTH network in Africa.
 
Israel Injects Ofeq-11 Into Orbit
The Ofeq-11 satellite entered the planned, retrograde LEO for pre-planned testing but the satellite was not acting in the "expected manner."
 
GATR FLEX Proves To Be Highly Capable
GATR and IGC performed a series of tests using the open architecture, high-performance Intelsat EpicNG satellite IS-29e, GATR-FLEX antenna and GATR’s e850 ruggedized iDirect satellite modem
 
Some 9,000 Satellites To Be Launched By 2025... Euroconsult's Analysis
Just in the commercial space sector, Euroconsult anticipates a total of 560 satellites to be launched over the decade by 40 companies.
 
Flat Is Good For Aviation Comms, So Believes Kymeta & TECOM
TECOM will incorporate Kymeta® mTenna® technology into an aviation grade terminal to demonstrate connectivity to a Ku-band satellite.
 
From SolarCoins To Bitcoins From Cloud Constellation's SpaceBelt™'s Cold Storage Vault—A Novel Spatial Solution
Cloud Constellation's SpaceBelt will become SCF's primary connectivity provider for SolarCoin space transactions with prospective customers.
 
Russian Proton Launch Vehicle Missions To Be Uplifting For Baiterek
Baiterek is a joint venture company whose shareholders are Kazakh’s State Property and Privatization Committee and Russia’s Khrunichev Center.
 
SES' Maritime+ Is A Plus...Custom Connectivity And Speedy Seamlessness At Sea 
Maritime customers will enjoy seamless global roaming through new fully-customizable and scalable managed service. 
 
The Global Satellite Manufacturing & Launch Market Addressed By Technavio From ASDReports
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global satellite manufacturing and launch market.
 
Media Broadcast Satellite Launches New Services Aboard Hispasat 30 Degrees West
This marks a further step to guarantee a wide and satellite operator-neutral portfolio of satellite services to customers.
 
Norsat's Sinclair Aims At Law Enforcement With New Duplexers
This highly ruggedized product line is ideal to ensure the integrity of law enforcement communications in rough, off-road and extreme environmental conditions.