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February 2018 Edition

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This Month's Features Include:
Dispatches Part I
Information & News, by the Editors   Read

Dispatches Part II
Information & News, by the Editors   Read

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Solving the MILSATCOM vs. COMSATCOM “Culture War”   Read

An AMERGINT Technologies Focus—SmallSats: Can an enterprise ground system keep pace?
By Rob Andzik, Amergint Technologies   Read

A PacStar/PKI Perspective—Best Public Key Infrastructure practices for tactical networks
By Charlie Kawaski, Chief Techincal Officer, PacStar, and Mark. B Cooper, President and Founder, PKI Solutions, Inc.   Read

An AtlanTec RF Focus—Drone SATCOM RF testing — A “Sparrow” becomes an “Eagle”...
By Geoff Burling, Chief Executive Officer, AtlanTecRF   Read

Demystifying the CNSSP-12, Part 2, with Andrew D’Uva of Providence Acess Company
By Ryan Schradin, Executive Editor, Government Satellite Report, and Senior Contributor   Read

The Power of Satellite—Communication in Times of Emergency
By Doreet Oren, Director, Product Marketing and Corporate Communications, Gilat Satellite Networks   Read

SATCOM Frontier Perspectives: 2018 in Space... Progress and Promise
By Skot Butler, President, Intelsat General Corp.   Read

Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of Our Advertiser Sponsors   Read

ALSO AVAILABLE: February's SatMagazine
Smallsats, EO / Geospatial / Imagery
InfoBeam Part I
Information & News, by the Editors   Read

InfoBeam Part II
Information & News, by the Editors   Read

InfoBeam Part III
Information & News, by the Editors   Read

On a Personal Note...The Changing Face of Space
By Professor Sir Martin Sweeting, OBE, FRS, FREng — Executive Chairman, SSTL   Read

An ICEYE Focus—Synthetic-aperture radar in under 100 kg. satellites
By Pekka Laurilla, Chief Financial Officer and Co-Founder, ICEYE   Read

An Earth-i Focus—Satellites to predict the future...
By Richard Hollingham   Read

A BridgeSat Focus—Design and Application of Space-Based Optical Communications
By David Mitlyng, Product Management, BridgeSat Inc.   Read

A KSAT Perspective—The smallsat industry in 2018
By Katherine Monson, Director of Business Development, Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT)   Read

Innovation: Rock Seven—SmallSat size and software matter
By Nick Farrell, Director, Rock Seven   Read

An Orbital Micro Systems Focus—SmallSats: The champions of LEO commercialization
By William Hosack, Chief Executive Officer, Orbital Micro Systems   Read

An Apollo Fusion Perspective—The trade space will change in 2018 due to new propulsion systems
By Ben Longmier, President and Co-Founder, Apollo Fusion   Read

Executive Spotlight: Meir Moalem
Chief Executive Officer, Sky and Space Global   Read

A Kratos Perspective—The Growing Specter of LEO/GEO Interference
By Bob Potter, Vice President, Signals and Ground System Technology, Kratos   Read

A Ball Aerospace Focus — SmallSats — single answers or tools for greater solutions? Yes!
By Debra Facktor,Vice President and General Manager of Strategic Operations and of the Commercial Aerospace strategic business unit for Ball Aerospace   Read

An NSR Analysis—Destination Constellation: Too many passengers?
By Siddharth Shihora, Analyst, NSR   Read

On a Personal Note...Waiting for the shoe...
By Robert Bell, Executive Director, Space and Satellite Professionals International (SSPI)   Read

Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of our Advertiser Sponsors   Read




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