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September 21st, 2016
Plenty Of Fueling Around For Arianespace As Preparations For Ariane 5 Flight VA231 Continue
With Ariane 5 now under Arianespace's responsibility, the launcher is in position to receive two passengers: the Sky Muster II and GSAT-18 telecommunications satellites.
Maritime & Satellite Industries Coordinate Cyber-Security Strategies
Policies, guidelines and best practices were central to the discussion, as well as how industry can identify, quantify and mitigate cyber risk.
Space And Missile Systems Center Enlists Lockheed Martin For Delivery Of Two More GPS III Sats
“The GPS III SV 9 and 10 satellites are expected to be ready for launch in 2022, thus sustaining the GPS constellation and the global utility the world has come to expect.”
WORK Microwave Brings Satellite Operators A Mod and Demod End-To-End Solution
This solution enables symbol rates of up to 500 Msps for high speed, IP-based, broadcast and broadband access applications in Ka-, Ku-, Q- and V-band satellite systems.
A Push For Satcom Global From Iridium
Satcom Global qualified as one of a select group of communications providers selected by Iridium to deliver the PTT service to market.
Airbus Defence & Space Huddling Up With DLR For METimage Mastery Manufacturing
METimage is a multispectral imaging radiometer for meteorological applications.
METimage Instrument Agreement Signed Between EUMETSAT & DLR
The agreement ensures the inclusion of the visible infrared imaging radiometer, METimage, as part of the payload of the Metop-SG A1, A2 and A3 satellites.
An Application Of North Thin Ply Technology For TALC
NTPT will supply a low cure temperature, high Tg, Thin Ply Prepreg for the TALC project using pitch fibers and a cyanate ester resin system.
RigNet's New Multi-Vessel Contract Is A Good Fit
"Our valued customer performs critical services to a wide variety of energy customers."
Mobile Auto Deploying Antennas Make For A Million Dollar Business Event For C-COM
Almost all of these orders are for C-COM’s new generation iNetVu® Ka-band series antennas.
Kanfit Says "Can Do" And Did It...Produced Radome Prototype In Autoclave
“It was a complicated project with many variables—from design to models and tools to prototype."
MEASAT Knows How To Operate... Was Recognized At World Satellite Business Week
The annual World Satellite Business Week conference recently adjourned in Paris this last week, but not before awards were handed out.
Precision GNSS Will Be A Reality For Automotive By 2021, According To ABI Research
The automotive industry will be the main driver behind precision GNSS receiver adoption.
On The MILCOM 2016 Show Floor... Intelligent Automation To Show First Full Mesh Channel Emulator
RFnest™ allows radios to be tested and evaluated in MIMO, SISO, SIMO, MISO or mesh configurations, across a broad Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum.