Current Satellite News
April 25th, 2019
Pentagon Wants to Test a Space-Based Weapon in 2023
Such weapons are needed to counter new missiles from China, Russia, North Korea and Iran, but just figuring out what might work is a difficult technical
China Exploits 9 U.S. Satellites in Space to Advance Their Military, Missile Guidance
it is illegal under U.S. law for private companies to send satellites to China for their use, but there aren’t any laws to prohibit how a satellite’s bandwidth is used
Redesign of Military Space Architecture Includes GPS
We have to get out of golf and start playing rugby, Dickey said. “We have to be able to take a punch and keep doing what we do.”
DoD Continues Push for Proposed Space Force
“The scope and scale of the threats to our space systems is at an all time high and expanding,”
Comtech EF Data's Heights™ Networking Platform's Newest Family Addition ... H-Pico Heights™ Remote Gateway
H-Pico supports multiple remote to hub throughput tiers up to 10 Mbps, which is managed via a centralized licensing capability. This scheme allows...
Horizon Technologies FlyingFish™ SIGINT System Adapted for Satellite Applications Catapult Smallsat
Funded by Innovate UK, it is expected that the satellite will be on-orbit and operational before the end of 2020. At present, all ships are fitted with...
ORBCOMM Signs ÅAC Microtec's Clyde Space to Build Two Smallsats
Under the contract, Clyde Space will install three dedicated AIS receivers including a receiver based on a software-defined radio (SDR) on each of...
Satcube to Demo Satcube Ku Satellite Terminal
Satcube provides seamless broadband connectivity over satellite through easy to use, lightweight terminals. The innovative Satcube Ku portable...
Aerojet Rocketdyne Breaks Ground on New EMD Facility in Arkansas
The 17,000 square-foot Engineering, Manufacturing and Development (EMD) facility, set to open in spring 2020, will expand the company's...