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TeleCommunication Systems To Manage USMC Satellite Services
The services include Ku- satellite bandwidth, terrestrial support and 24-hour support.
STEM Program For Students To Result In A Launched Smallsat
The Irvine CubeSat STEM Program endeavors to provide STEM educational resources to high school students.
Kymeta Reveals Flat Is The Future At The Monaco Yacht Show
The Kymeta satellite antenna design provides a secure, scalable and future-proof system that will meet the needs of owners and crew while delivering on the promise of global, mobile connectivity and entertainment.
A Core Solution For Wireless Network Transmission Of Classified Info From PacStar®
PacStar IQ-Core Software with CSfC Plug-in removes the complexity, providing rapid, intuitive communications management for the US Army.
Double Awards For ORBCOMM & Their Asset Tracking Solutions
One of the products, CargoWatch Secure, supports management via dashboards, KPIs, and the ability to detect and correct supply chain anomalies in real-time.
Harris To Capture The Earth Every Five Minutes...
For rapidly changing events such as thunderstorms, hurricanes, or fires, ABI can take images as often as every 30 seconds.
On The IBC2016 Show Floor... An Award Winning Satellite Scanning & Carrier ID Presence For Artel Video Systems
resented by TV Technology Europe magazine, the Best of Show Award is one of the industry's most prestigious technology honors.
Eclipse Avoidance For India's Mars Orbiter
The intention is to maneuver the spacecraft so that the impact of eclipse duration will be reduced.
Rosetta's Impactful Retirement To The Surface Of Comet 67P/C-G
Rosetta is reaching the end of its natural life and so September 30th was considered the optimum date to conclude the mission.
A Big Welcome To Meteosat-8 At 41.5 Degrees East
Meteosat-8 is EUMETSAT’s contribution to the Indian Ocean Data Coverage (IODC) service.
Airing Out Data Analytics For UAS
This partnership gives the company the opportunity to work with UAS customers through PrecisionHawk.
Microsemi's Radiation Tolerant FPGAs For NASA's Juno Mission Prove To Be More than Capable
Microsemi’s radiation-tolerant field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) from the RTSX-SU and RTAX-S product families are in use within the space vehicle’s command and control systems.
Designed To Counter Global Security Threats — New TPS From SES
Tactical Persistent Surveillance (TPS), SES’s first Government+ product offering, is a highly portable solution capable of quick global deployment and operations.
WORK Microwave Brings Satellite Operators A Mod and Demod End-To-End Solution
This solution enables symbol rates of up to 500 Msps for high speed, IP-based, broadcast and broadband access applications in Ka-, Ku-, Q- and V-band satellite systems.
A Push For Satcom Global From Iridium
Satcom Global qualified as one of a select group of communications providers selected by Iridium to deliver the PTT service to market.
Airbus Defence & Space Huddling Up With DLR For METimage Mastery Manufacturing
METimage is a multispectral imaging radiometer for meteorological applications.
An Application Of North Thin Ply Technology For TALC
NTPT will supply a low cure temperature, high Tg, Thin Ply Prepreg for the TALC project using pitch fibers and a cyanate ester resin system.
Mobile Auto Deploying Antennas Make For A Million Dollar Business Event For C-COM
Almost all of these orders are for C-COM’s new generation iNetVu® Ka-band series antennas.
Nanosatellite Engineering Professional Certification From KSF Space To Make A Difference
One example of an aerospace company in the US that recognizes the NEP Certificate is Interorbital Systems in California.
DARPA's Multi-Purpose Imaging Sensors Thanks To Smarter Pixels
One key feature of the ReImagine program is that teams will be asked to develop software-configurable applications based on a common digital circuit and software platform.