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CPI's Antenna Systems Division Provisioning Ka-Band Gateway System for CALTEC in Peru
The system features high-performance technologies including patented ASC Signal sub-reflector tracking (SRT), which enables the antenna to...
 
The Largest DSNG Fleet in Brazil Upgrades to ATEME's Kyrion Encoders/Decoders
Based on ATEME’s fifth generation STREAM compression engine, the Kyrion encoder/decoder provides the best baseband video quality at...
 
China Launches Venezuela's Antonio Jose de Sucre Satellite From Jiuquan
The launch occurred at midnight local time, according to the telesur online infosite. Authorities say the new satellite will provide a better tool for...
 
Clarksville Police Chaplain Gathers Satellite Phones for Puerto Rico
Martinez says he realized just how bad the communication was when he couldn't contact his mother after the hurricane for five days.
 
Brazil's Atech Corporation Goes with ND SatCom's SKYWAN Satellite Routers
The selection was made due to the leading-edge SKYWAN 5G technology and long-term experience in establishing communication networks as well...
 
NASA's Discovery Reveals Heavy Rain with Tropical Storm Nate
forecast on October 5 calls for Nicaragua to receive from 15 to 20 inches, isolated 30 inches; Costa Rica and Panama is forecast to receive 5 to 10 ... 
 
HughesNet® Succeeds with High-Speed Satellite Internet Service Reaching Huge South American Population
to date, over 1 million subscribers, making it the world’s largest high-speed satellite network.
 
Heavy Lifting for Ariane 5 at the Spaceport Successfully Sends Intelsat 37e and BSAT-4a Skyward 
Intelsat 37e was deployed first separating from Ariane 5 at 29 minutes after liftoff, followed approximately 18 minutes later by BSAT-4a.
 
AsiaSat 5 and MMB Bring ‘Sophia TV Asia’ to Huge Audience of More than 800 Million
Our program content deals with the most diverse spheres of life from the perspective of high ethical moral, given for the peoples of all cultures.
 
Best Ground Technology Award from the GVF Event Goes to Integrasys
Alusat automates at the NOC end any RF health check without the need to travel to the remote site, driving a huge cost saving for in the network...
 
C-COM Delivers iNetVu Antennas to Speedcast for Deployment in Peru
These mobile VSAT antenna systems were purchased from C-COM by Speedcast and are being deployed in Peru to deliver securee...
 
Globalsat Group and Inmarsat's Goal Connect Brazil's Valec Railways from North to South with SATCOM Power
Globalsat Group submitted a proposal combining its technical deployment and management know how with the reach and reliability of Inmarsat’s...
 
Arianespace Does Some Heavy Lifting to Get Ready for the Upcoming Galileo Mission
which is one of two sea-going roll-on/roll-off ships that transport launcher hardware from Europe to the South American launch site for ...
 
Televisa Downsizes with Upgrades Enlisting UHP's Expertise to Their Voice and Data Network
solution reduced by a factor of 10 the physical size of the Televisa Hub infrastructure compared to the previously deployed competitor technologies.
 
DigitalGlobe's Satellites' Before and After Captures of Irma's Caribbean Havoc
Imaging in the Caribbean became possible over the weekend as the clouds moved out of the area. The before-and-after imagery below was captured between...
 
Kudos to Arianespace ... EUMETSAT Signs Them to Launch a Minimum of Two Metop-SG Satellites  
..."it also enables them, through this project to contribute to the sustainable development of the planet, which is one of the greatest challenges of our time.”
 
ILS' Proton-M Launches Amazonas 5 Bringing Better Entertainment to Central and South America
will be used for DTH, television distribution and other telecommunications applications in South America and Central America.
 
ILS' Proton is Ready to Launch Amazons 5 Communications Satellite
will be able to meet growing satellite capacity demand, mainly for satellite television platforms in Latin America and Brazil.
 
Arianespace's Report Regarding VA239's Anomaly and Subsequent Scrub of Launch
This anomaly led to an interruption of the automated lift-off sequence.
 
Arianespace Flight VA239 Scrubbed ... Anomaly in Final Seconds
Frustrating no doubt, but better that the anomaly occurred before the launch than after.