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Curtiss-Wright Offers a New Video... Transition to C-Band
This presents an issue for some organizations who use these frequencies, as they could now face frequency crowding. The solution is to transition to...
 
NSSLGlobal Secures SatLink Comms Technology
Through the acquisition, NSSLGlobal takes full ownership of SatLink’s VSAT modem and Hub product families as well as retain SatLink’s software...
 
Airbus' Weather Satellites Have Come a Long Way in 40 Years ... Major Improvements in Upcoming Met-Ops
The six-day weather forecasts made today are as accurate as 24-hour ones of forty years ago.
 
U.S. Commerce Department's Malcolm Baldrige Award Goes to... Stellar Solutions
the U.S. Secretary of Commerce named Stellar Solutions a recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation’s highest honor for ...
 
SES' ProSiebenSat.1 Carries on ... Continues Free-to-Air Channels in SD for Germany
in Germany, 46 percent of TV viewers receive their programs via satellite – and increasingly also in the best HD quality via the SES platform HD+.
 
Solomon Telekom Company Limited's Network Capacity Boost via SES Networks MEO Satellite Fleet
SES announced that Our Telekom, the leading operator in the Solomon Islands and Oceania region, is upgrading fiber-like high throughput capacity...
 
Inmarsat and Cobham SATCOM Achieve SB-S Milestone on United Airlines 767
The AVIATOR 300D systems, which include Cobham’s compact and lightweight IGA-5001 Intermediate Gain Antenna to ensure a low profile on...
 
Canada's Serendipitous Spaceport's Goals are On Track
In addition to being on track with development plans, Matier says MLS has been pleasantly surprised by a couple of “serendipitous” developments.
 
Satellite Industry Association Commends New FCC Spectrum Rules
The organization is initially pleased and commends the FCC’s for addressing some of the significant concerns of the satellite industry by...
 
NASA Selects SSL in Consideration to Go Deep ... to the Moon and Deeper Into Space
The gateway will be a human crew-tended spaceport in lunar orbit that functions as an access point to the Moon and deep space
 
Ocean Signal's Rapid Response Saved Lives 25 Minutes from 'In the Drink' to Sipping a Warm Drink
‘Within 25 minutes of the EPIRB being set off, we were in the airbase taking a shower’ – sailor Edward Harwood
 
Satellite-Based Augmentation System Trial Launched by Australia
The trial will be the first in the world to test the Precise Point Positioning (PPP) technique’s integration in an SBAS service and will be managed by...
 
Free NSR Satellite Capacity Pricing Index Webinar Upcoming... Plus, VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 16th Edition, Now Available...
Leveraging NSR’s industry-leading Satellite Capacity Pricing Index analysis, free webinar will answer critical questions... plus, the Consumer Broadband satellite market is back on the growth track
 
The Geospatial Analytics Capabilities of Orbital Insight Brings Reseller Agreements with ITOCHU and SKY Perfect JSAT
Orbital Insight sources imagery from satellites, drones, and other UAVs and then applies artificial intelligence to automate the analysis of millions of...
 
MENA’s Satellite Pay TV Market is Projected to Pass 10 Million Subscriptions by 2021
The report also provides historical KPI’s for Abu Dhabi Sports before exiting the market.
 
GSA Selects Hughes for Complex Commercial SATCOM Solutions
CS3 is a multiple-award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) multiple-award contract vehicle with a period of performance of up to 10...
 
Daily Satellite Imagery from Planet Now Accessible by Orbit Logic's SpyMeSat App Users
Now this daily imagery is available to SpyMeSat mobile app users on demand.  Planet daily images available through SpyMeSat cover 625 sq km (25 km x 25 km) at...
 
USGS-NASA Pecora Award Recognizes Excellence in Earth Observation
The award has been presented annually since 1974 and honors the memory of William T. Pecora, Ph.D., former director of the USGS and...
 
Beijing and Taipei 'Join Hands' to Team Up in Space to Track Earthquakes
Beijing and Taipei will join hands in space to monitor the electromagnetic signals that can precede earthquakes
 
Airbus Built GRACE-FO Satellite Heading Out Soon to California for Launch
The German/American GRACE satellites, which have been in space since 2002, are the only satellites that have been capable of monitoring the...