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November 7th, 2016
 
 
GOES-R Gets Ready To Go... Again... New Launch Set
The postponement of GOES-R was caused by the same minor Atlas V booster issue discovered on ULA's WorldView-4 mission
 
QuadraSat Set Up Continues By Arianespace
The four satellites—named for winners of a European children’s drawing contest—were installed this week on Ariane 5 in the Spaceport’s Final Assembly Building,
 
Estonian Defense Evolution Energized By Bittium And TacComms Diversification 
The order contributes to a reform that aims to improve the Estonian Land Forces’ IP data transfer capability and availability.
 
On The NAB New York / SATCON 2016 Show Floor—Engaging Geosync Microwave
The company will be displaying their latest SATCOM products and will be available to discuss product performance advantages and features. 
 
A New, Out-Of-This-World Record For NASA
The four MMS spacecraft incorporate GPS measurements into their precise tracking systems.
 
Chinese New Satphone Blankets The Country... and More
This satellite phone is designed for use with the country's a first mobile communications satellite, Tiantong-1 (TT-1).
 
General Hyten, Formerly Of Air Force Space Command, Takes The Reins At STRATCOM
General Hyten was responsible for organizing, equipping, training and maintaining mission-ready space and cyberspace forces and capabilities for North American Aerospace Defense Command, STRATCOM and other combatant commands around the world.
 
Marlink's Sealink ...Whatever Floats Your Boat Small Antenna For Yachts
They will be exhibiting at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this week  and they come with a new product for yachts.
 
Adoption Of PAM-4 Signaling As An Emerging Standard—Free Keysight Webinar Upcoming
PAM-4, introduces new challenges in the design and characterization of high-speed digital devices.
 
Mercury Systems Is On A Mission... Acquire CES Creative Electronic Systems  
For the twelve month period ended September 30, 2016 CES had revenue of approximately $23 million.