Recent Analysis/Reports News
Russia's Angara Rockets Will Take 60 Percent Of The World's Launches... According To Russia
Angara is a new generation of Russian carrier rockets that is based on universal rocket modules with oxygen-kerosene engines.
Base Station Testing With Carrier Aggregation Is The New Keysight Technologies Webinar
A number of new technologies such as Carrier Aggregation (CA) and higher-order MIMO are used.
DMSP Flight-19's Due Diligence Defines Anomaly Cause
The anomaly team determined there was a power failure within the command and control system that affected onboard cryptographic equipment.
New Acquisition Strategies Being Formulated By DoD Based On Worldwide Launch Market Data
The Department of Defense (DoD) is taking steps to develop an acquisition strategy for the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program.
NSR Examines Narrowband Play In Maritime Markets
There’s plenty of fish in the sea, if you know how to catch them.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Sweats Longest Hot-Fire Test Time On Engines That Will Transport Humans To ISS
The engines were individually tested... ramped up to 4,000 pulses and 1,600 seconds, the longest time ever conducted on a lightweight thruster with a composite chamber.
The Zettabyte Era & The Future Of SATCOM
This free NSR webinar will discuss key topics on expanding SATCOM addressable markets in the mobile ecosystem
AGI's UAS Traffic Management Offers A SKYVUE
The company has now established their SKYVUE, LLC, business unit to deliver Unmanned Air System (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) software services.
Commercial Ground Segment Revenues Take Center Stage In New NSR Report
This NSR report includes analysis of segments unavailable from any other source.
Changing Realities Happening In Hawaii With PTC'17
PTC'17 will strive to further explore this theme of Changing Realities to cultivate discussion around how the industry's boundaries and opportunities are being redefined.
Euroconsult Has ESP 'Sees Into The Future' ... 23 New Countries In Space Programs By 2025
The value of the 130 satellites is more than double in cost, at almost $12 billion, versus the more than $5 billion during 2006-2015.
Concept Culling And Thinking In Red By Northrop Grumman
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) awarded the contract to the firm as one of several assigned Next Mars Orbiter (NeMO) study efforts.
NewSpace Actors On Display In New Euroconsult Report
This offering brings Euroconsult's expertise to the forefront as they assess the current standing and challenges of 20 startups within the space/satellite chain.
Hughes' HM300 Military Portable Terminal Passes Muster ... It's Jumpable
...provides portable satellite communications capability for early entry units, forward deployed teams, long range scout teams and executive communications...
US MILSATCOM Investments... On The Rise?
Additionally, more such "watchers of the world" are going to be required to offset hostile threats in space.
US Smallsat Market Described As "Most Attractive" In New Report
Transparency Market Research has found that players within the global nanosatellite and microsatellite market have been offering a number of turnkey solutions
TIA Compliments The FCC's Approval Of Spectrum Frontiers
“The FCC has gotten it right with Spectrum Frontiers, and the US is now in a stronger position to innovate and accelerate towards 5G."