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.
October 2014 Edition
SatMagazine Features Include:
A Four Payload Push Debuts Commercial Launch Services
By Randa Relich Milliron, Co-Founder and CEO, Interorbital Systems
The Future Will Be Electric...The Elwing Company Perspective
By Gregory Emsellem, Chief Executive Officer, The Elwing Company
How Satellites Will Fuel the Next Wave of Journalism... A Thuraya Perspective
By John Huddle, Head of Media and Broadcast, Thuraya
New Export Controls on Satellites Bring New Compliance Challenges
By Brandt Pasco, Attorney, Kaye Scholer LLP
A Hughes Case in Point: Major Moves for Maju Nusa Sdn Bhd
By Vince Onuigbo, Senior Marketing Director, International Division, Hughes Network Systems, LLC
From Plant to Pump: Energy Sector Communications
By Andrew Matlock, Senior Vice President, Global Sales, NewSat
CubeSat Release Mechanism for Solar Panel and Tether Deployment Invented
By Kyra Wiens, Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
A SPACEBEL Case in Point: Proba-1, Fit and Well, Once Again
Originally designed for a two-year technology demonstration mission, the small satellite is still providing images of our planet Earth.
NSR Analysis: The Coming 4K Mobile Video Explosion
By Jose Del Rosario, Research Director, NSR Manila
Event: Irwin Leads SATCON Into a New Orbit
Susan Irwin has served as SATCON’s Chair since 2002. She recently sat down with SatMagazine to discuss the industry and what to expect at this year’s event.
October 2014 Edition
MilsatMagazine Features Include:
Euroconsult Analysis: Future MILSATCOM Requirements The Difficulty of Planning for the Unpredictable
By Brent Prokosh, Consultant, Euroconsultt
The HPA Corner: Hosted Payloads, Ready and Able
By Diana Ball, Senior Manager, Communications, Boeing Network & Space Systems
Mission-critical communications demand satellite connectivity
By Ali Zarkesh, Product Development Director, Vislink
The Critical Comms Challenges of The Multi-national Counter-piracy Coalition: A KVH Case In Point
The havoc caused by modern-day piracy continues to inflict a very high cost on the global economy.