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SatMagazine and MilsatMagazine are provided FREE by Satnews Publishers and are available to read online or download. Respectively focused on commercial and military areas, the magazines provide monthly features, trends, market analysis and recent developments in international satellite communications. You can access the most recent issues below.

 
SatMagazine
January 2019 Edition

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SatMagazine Features Include:

InfoBeam Part I
Information & News, by the Editors
InfoBeam Part II
Information & News, by the Editors
AI for Africa
An opportunity for growth, development and democratization
Drastic Shake-Up Needed...for the South African space industry
By Anthony Penderis, Editor, African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment
The Forrester Report: The 2019 picture for European DTH satellite broadcasting — two financial views
By Chris Forrester, Senior Contributing Columnist
From Asset Management to Asset Intelligence... in Oil & Gas
By Paul Scardino, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Globecomm, and Senior Contributor
An NSR Analysis: The growing involvement in SATCOM M2M and IoT
By Alan Crisp, Senior Analyst, NSR Hong Kong
A Thuraya Perspective...The implementations and implications of IoT and satellite M2M
By Jassem Nasser, Chief Strategy Officer
An MSUA Conversation with Morris Shawn, President, Roadpost
By Catherine Melquist, President, Mobile Satellite Users Association (MSUA)
An ETL Systems Focus...Satellite implementation in MENA
By Andrew Bond, Sales and Marketing Director, ETL Systems
A Space Data Association Focus: The current state of Space Situational Awareness (SSA)
By Dr. Mark Dickinson, Chairman, Space Data Association
Change Is In The Air: Flat Panel Innovation...
By Kfir Benjamin, Chief Executive Officer, Get SAT
Secure World Foundation: Insight—Space Situational Awareness and commercial rendezvous and proximity operations
By Dr. Brian Weedon, Director of Programming, and Victoria Samson, Washington Office Director
Delivering Fault Tolerance in a Low Footprint for PMAD Systems in Space
By Dr. Sorin Spanoche, System Architect, Microchip Technology
SSPI: A Better Satellite World Perspective—Why connected cars need satellite...
Produced for SatMagazine by Space & Satellite Profesionals International (SSPI)
A Teledyne Defense Electronics Focus: Thermal management in high performance RF and microwave PCBs...
By John Priday, Chief Technical Officer, Teledyne Labtech
Misconceptions Regarding GDPR...... and data processing for the telecom industry
By Eric V. Holtzclaw, Chief Strategist, PossibleNOW
A World Teleport Association Focus: Factoring 5G into satellite’s future
By Elisabeth Tweedie and Robert Bell
Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of our Advertiser Sponsors
MilsatMagazine
December 2018 Edition

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MilsatMagazine Features Include:

An NSR ANALYSIS: 2018 — A Year of Optimism in Government and Military SATCOM Markets
By Brad Grady, Senior Analyst
Taking Significant Steps Toward a New Path of Unified SATCOM
By Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Vice President of Government Strategy and Policy, Inmarsat Government
Transforming Command and Control in the Digital Age
By Marc Melviez, Chief Strategy Officer, Geospatial Division, Hexagon Digital
Space Warfare: Train like you fight.
By Adam Krause, Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
Year in Review 2018: Part I
Advantech Wireless Technologies • ATLAS Space Operations • Ball Aerospace • Boeing Space and Launch
Year in Review 2018: Part II
CPI Antenna Systems Division • EM Solutions • ExOS Aerospace • FOXCOM
Year in Review 2018: Part III
Globecomm • iDirect Government • KenCast, Inc. • Keysight Technologies
Year in Review 2018: Part IV
Microchip Technology • Modular Devices, Inc. (MDI) • Newtec • Norsat
Year in Review 2018: Part V
Paradigm Communication Systems • Spectra Group (UK) Ltd. • Walton De-Ice • Wavestream • World Wide Technology • XTAR
Executive Spotlight
Richard White, President, SSL Government Systems
Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of our Advertiser Sponsors