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.
June 2015 Edition
SatMagazine Features Include:
The Demand For Mobility SATCOM In APAC
By Chen Xun, Executive Vice President, APT Satellite Company, Ltd.
A Pioneering, Australian Satellite Builder
An Interview with Stuart McAndrew by Senior Contributor Jos Heyman
And Speaking Of The SSPI... Is Satellite Winning The Talent War?
By Robert Bell, Executive Director, Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI)
Why, After Ten Years, HTS Remains More Relevant Than Ever Before...
By Nile Suwansiri, Chief Marketing Officer, Thaicom
Smaller + More Powerful SATCOMs? It’s Possible... With GaN
By Garth Niethe, Technical Design Lead, Ka-Band SATCOM Products, EM Solutions
Claiming 4G Market Share In Untapped Areas
By Doreet Oren, Director, Product Marketing, Gilat Satellite Networks
A Business Uplink: STN—Always Taking A Step Further
By Andrej Lovsin, Chief Executive Officer, Satellite Telecommunications Network (STN)
Ka-Band Capacity Planning
By Russ Palmer, Business Manager, SATCOM Planning and Management Systems, SED Systems, a division of Calian Ltd.
Overcoming SATCOM Disruption, From RF Interference To Rain Fade
By Yen-Wu Chen, Vice President, Asian Operations, Kratos ISI
June 2015 Edition
MilsatMagazine Features Include:
UAV Communications: Meeting Mission Requirements
By Karl Fuchs, Senior Contributor + Vice President of Technology, iDirect Government
The Convergence Of DoD + Commercial Protected Comms Applications
By Steve Williams, Business Area Manager of Signals Instrumentation and Chris Badgett, Business Area Manager, Mission Data Processing—RT Logic
Small Packages Are An Answer For Intelligence Community Relief
By AJ Clark, President, Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (TST)