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Sevis Savvy Suite For Backhaul Optimization
Backhaul Offload allows Mobile Network Operators (MNO’s) to leverage HTS spot beams to offload traffic in locations with pre-existing terrestrial backhaul links experiencing high utilization.
 
C-COM Controllers Find Integration Efficacious With Gilat VSATs
The integration tests over satellite were completed using Gilat’s SkyEdge II-c hub operating in Europe.
 
Fleet Of Comms... A Car Carrying Accord
The roll-out of Fleet Xpress on board the MOL fleet will coincide with planned vessel drydockings, with the owner’s car carriers selected for the first installations.
 
Playing It Smart With Grids Earns ORBCOMM An Award
ORBCOMM’s dual-mode satellite-cellular solution enables utility companies to efficiently manage their Smart Grids.
 
PLD Space Receives Funding For Liquid Rocket Engine Propulsion Project
PLD Space is the first European rocket company that, in 2015, made the critical leap from Powerpoint and cool drawings to full-scale hardware and real tests.
 
Second SNC Dream Chater Milestone Meets Mission Requirements
Dream Chaser will provide a minimum of six cargo delivery missions to and from the ISS between 2019 and 2024.
 
SATCOM Teleports & Ground Station Needs Addressed With New AtlanTecRF LTTs
These new products are designed to provide a comprehensive test and quality monitoring facility in satellite communications ground stations and teleports.
 
First Successful Satellite Transmission Of Pay-Per-View Event
PSSI successfully brought the UFC 200 event from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, to viewers in the United States and Canada in 4K/UHD.
 
Talia Is Roped In
Talia engineers are now able to use and supervise rope access to safely implement riggings and promptly fix faults should they occur.
 
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.
 
Lockheed Martin & HawkEye 360's Spatial Alliance
Hawkeye 360 is the company developing the constellation and they are now collaborating with Lockheed Martin to apply their technologies into new markets.
 
Green In Space As Orbital ATK & ECAPS Enjoy Development Successes Could Turn Others Green With Envy
This agreement will enable ECAPS to fully develop, demonstrate and market a high performance green propulsion (HPGP) system.
 
Ferry Across The Mediterranean... With THOR 7 Connectivity
Telenor's THOR 7 has been selected for connectivity services on board their entire Hellenic Seaways fleet of ferries.
 
NBN Co's SATCOM Kinship With Remote Australians On Track With SkyMuster II Launch Upcoming
The two NBN satellites will have a combined capacity of 135 gigabits per second and will be able to provide services to approximately 400,000 homes and businesses in regional and remote Australia.
 
Prepped For The Next Step—Launch
Intelsat 33e integrates one of the most advanced commercially-available digital payloads in the world.
 
BeiDou's Will Gain Global Reach By 2020
The BeiDou project was formally launched in 1994.
 
A Sounding Decision By Northrop Grumman Leads To Cobham
The Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS) provides sounding observations needed to retrieve profiles of atmospheric temperature and moisture for civilian operational weather forecasting.
 
Cobham's Chopper Radio For LAPD
Cobham will be supplying their Flexcomm™ RT-7000 panel-mount tactical radio to LAPD.
 
ATOM Agreement For Norsat
This is an approximate $3.8 million order for Norsat from Harris Corporation.
 
In The Knowing For NISAR
Named NISAR, the satellite is expected to be completed by 2021.