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March 7th, 2017
The eyes have it... Copernicus gets its 'second eye' as Airbus' Sentinel-2B produces color images of Earth
The Sentinel-2 mission contributes to the management of food security by providing information for the agricultural sector. 
Another in a line of Arianespace's successes ... sends Sentinel-2B on mission for better life on Earth
The satellite’s mission is primarily focused on monitoring land masses and coastal zones around the world.
AtlanTechRF reveals their Satellite Simulator Systems' new SNG series at D.C. trade event
Comprised of two units, the satellite simulator is either depot-based or portable, thereby facilitating the testing and calibration of news gathering and outside broadcast systems off-satellite.
Draper's GN&C expertise to play a crucial role with SSL's government-owned satellite servicing mission
Until now, being able to rendezvous with, grasp, refuel and re-position a satellite hasn’t been available to commercial markets.
Next-generation satellite terminal makes market entry from Hughes Network Systems
The Hughes HT2500 terminal is a next-generation satellite terminal that has native support for accelerating LTE protocols.
A plethora of products from Teledyne Microwave Solutions (TMS) presented at D.C. show...
Products and capabilities are available for both Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Near COTS applications, but also for full Mil-Spec requirements.
With an exhibit booth and roundtable involvement, Arianespace takes their place at the D.C. show...
Arianespace is tackling 2017 with an objective for the year of 12 launches and an order book worth over 5 billion euros.
New antenna systems from Cobham presented to attendees at D.C. show...
This antenna system with unique stabilization technology is being presented at booth #1701 and features Auto-Acquire.
Gilat is upwardly mobile... on-the-move applications are mobility-ready solution on land, sea and air
Mobility service providers to benefit from a new level of spectral efficiency and availability with performance speeds reaching 400Mbps

Fazzt® unwrapped for D.C. show attendees by KenCast
The Fazzt® Digital Delivery software is a core component of the firm's solutions to serve various markets...
Cubic / GATR / Vocality have much to show at Satellite 2017
Cubic Mission Solutions (CMS), a business division of Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB), is displaying...
Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre and KARI sign MOU to cooperate on space-related activities
with the goal of cooperating on various space-related activities and transferring expertise.
WALI smallsat nearing completion at Western Michigan University
The WALI team is about 75 percent done with the design of its CubeSat.
SATCOM components company now owned by senior management
Ian McEachern, Orbital Research’s current Vice President of Engineering, will assume the role of president and CEO and will become the majority shareholder.
Hughes DISD wins General Atomics SATCOM contract and Hughes Network Systems releases HughesNet® Gen5
The new SkyGuardiantm aircraft will provide a next-generation capability...
AvL debuts a duo of new antennas as well as a product family at the D.C. show...
The company also has released a new web-based version of its AAQ Auto-Acquire Antenna Control System as well as SatCAP.
CPI offers a special touch at the show ... new TouchPower™1.25 kW SuperLinear® Ku-band rack-mount TWTA
New high-power, five rack-unit (RU) TWTA can provide 50 percent more linear operating power than the five RU 750 W TouchPower TWTAs.
Cobras at the Aussies' border... EM Solutions' Cobra-class satellite communications terminals for Australian Border Force
These terminals are the first of their kind to operate on both the commercial Inmarsat Global Xpress satellite system and the military Wideband Global Satcom satellite constellation
Thales’ first for land-mobile community and military... MissionLINK's complete broadband connectivity
Iridium Certus broadband services over a network of 66 satellites that cover 100 percent of the globe, and the most difficult to service, remote locations.