SatMagazine and MilsatMagazine are provided FREE by Satnews Publishers and are available to read online or download. Respectively focused on commercial and military areas, the magazines provide monthly features, trends, market analysis and recent developments in international satellite communications. You can access the most recent issues below.
July 2018 Edition
SatMagazine Features Include:
What’s In The Cloud...For teleport operators...
By Robert Bell, Executive Director, World Teleport Association (WTA)
Building an Optical Comms Network—The why’s and how...
By Barry Matsumori, Chief Executive Officer, BridgeSat
Build Enterprises, Not Satellites—An AGI Perspective
By Patrick North, Development Lead, EOIR Module, AGI
A “Sparrow” That Would Be An “Eagle”—SATCOM RF testing by drone
By Geoff Burling, Chief Executive Officer, AtlanTecRF
Communication For Upstream Operations—Making a mesh of things, for safety, security and crew welfare
By Paul Scardino, Senior Vice President, Sales Operations/Engineering and Marketing, Globecomm
The Time Is Now...for Satellite IoT...
By J. Alberto Palacios, Chief Executive Officer, Globalsat Group
The Perfect Combination...Satmotion and smart antennas
By Alvaro Sanchez, General Manager, Integrasys
An MSUA Leadership Interview with Andrew Faiola, Director, Mobility Solutions, EMEAAP, Intelsat
By Catherine Melquist, President, Mobile Satellite Users Group
June 2018 Edition
MilsatMagazine Features Include:
A Newtec Dialog—Efficiency and reliability for On-The-Move for Comms
By Koen Willems, Market Director, Government and Defense, Newtec
Space: A Challenging Domain For The DoD
By Ryan Schradin, Senior Contributor and Executive Editor of SES-GS’ Government Satellite Report
Equipping The Romanian Army—An ETL Systems case in point
By Dominic Overton, Component Sales Manager, ETL Systems
When Disaster Strikes...
by Gwenael Loheac, Managing Director, IEC Telecom Europe, and Scott Scheimreif, Executive Vice President, Government Programs, Iridium
Cybersecurity: Protecting SAP Systems—Governments and municipalities need to consider three key areas
By Thomas Kastner, Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer, Virtual Force GmbH