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Chinese Quantum Satellite Passes Muster, Now Let's Make a Hack-Proof Communications Network
Micius can only conduct quantum communication in the Earth' s shadow; that is to say, it can only work at night to avoid interference from sunlight.
 
Russia's Possible Launch Delay of Amazons-5 Due to Manufacturer's Late Shipment
It's the domino effect ... when one issue causes a delay it is passed along, and it could mean the delay of the launch of the Amazons-5 satellite.
 
Digital Ship - Maritime CIO Forum Set During Kormarine in Busan
The Maritime CIO Forum at Kormarine has been developed to address the issues and trends that technology leaders face in an increasingly changing...
 
Pivotel and Global Marine Networks - Joining Forces
The procurement of the Tennessee-based company facilitates greater levels of integration with Pivotel’s broad suite of satellite technologies...
 
Speedcast - Comms Fleet Fix for Fred.Olson Cruise Lines
The Speedcast multi-band managed communications platform will be installed on each of Fred. Olsen’s ships, monitoring for and adopting the...
 
Thaicom - Thaicom 9 to be Named National Satellite - Government To Take Partial Control of Upcoming Satellite
Prime Minister Juntong added that the move is in line with the new satellite business operative framework, which the government designed to channel benefits of the...
 
AsiaSat 5 and Eurovision Media Services Pump Up for Taipei 2017 Universiade
it's imperative that the various venues are transmitted without any interruptions. To accomplish this the following ...
 
Speedcast - Int'l O&G Firm Contracts Comms Support in Iraq
The project scope includes four sites at a major oilfield in southern Iraq, using Speedcast’s locally licensed entity to deliver communications services...
 
ETL Systems' Equipment has the Key to SES' Gateways
supplying a large amount of the RF hardware required for the six Ka-band and nine Ku-band gateways and ground stations located around the world.
 
JAXA's Disappointing Series of Scrubs of Michibiki No. 3 Satellite
H-IIA F35 launch was originally scheduled on August 12, 2017 but has been cancelled due to ...
 
ISRO - Intent on Building a Spatial Relationship with Africa
ISRO, which created history by launching more than 100 satellites earlier this year, sees immense business opportunities in such endeavors...
 
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and JAXA - Launch of H-IIA with MICHIBIKI No. 3 is Delayed
The launch vehicle carries the MICHIBIKI No. 3 Quasi-Zenith Satellite System aboard for insertion into Geostationary Orbit.
 
Kabul Requests Satellite from India ... Maybe a Dedicated OneTracking Terrorist Hideouts
It is not yet clear if Kabul wants to use a dedicated satellite to track terrorist hideouts.
 
Clyde Space Literally Takes It Up a Notch Building an Out-of-this-World Continuous Communications Network
is similar to the telecoms industry, to connect and provide communications services to multiple users simultaneously at competitive prices. 
 
G'Day for Australia ... Considering Canada as Key to Space Agency Success
The South Australian Government last month said it would set up its own space agency this year if swift action was not taken at a federal level.
 
Rocket Lab - 'It's A Test' Post-Flight Analysis Completed
Rocket Lab’s investigation team determined the launch, named ‘It’s a Test,’ was terminated due to a data loss time out, which was caused by...
 
Space Systems Loral - BSAT-4a Satellite Now Resident In Kourou For Launch
BSAT-4a has 24 Ku-band transponders and will expand the availability of advanced television services such as HD and 4K/8K ultra-high definition (UHD)...
 
EM Solutions - Cobra SOTM Solutions For Australian Navy
The Cobra tri-band terminal supports four connected modems, enables simultaneous communication at X- and Ka-bands...
 
International Astronautical Congress 2017 - From Big Data To On Orbit Servicing
This event will feature an intense Plenary Program composed of 8 Plenaries, 3 Highlight Lectures as well as two late breaking news...
 
Boeing and JAXA Keeping 'Things That Go Bump' in the Air Under Control With LIDAR Technology
Once those wheels have left the ground and the plane is in the air it's a matter of skill and knowledge of the pilot as well as hopefully no surprises ...