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Building the ESM for the Orion Spacecraft is a Win for Airbus Defence and Space
The ESM is a key element of Orion, the next-generation spacecraft that will take astronauts beyond LEO for the first time since the end of the Apollo program.
 
Agribusiness, GPS and Satellites — NSR Examines...
With limited cellular coverage pointing to a seemingly perfect fit for satellite in rural areas, what role will satellite play in the growth of the ‘digital farm’?
 
Blanketing the South Indian Ocean is NSSLGlobal's New Ku-Band VSAT Coverage
The new beam significantly extends the reach of NSSLGlobal's VSAT network in an important international shipping route...
 
SES and Gilat Service Underserved Ships at Sea... More Accessible Connectivity 
offering affordable equipment, bandwidth, installation and network management pricing for operators of even the smallest of fishing boats and yachts.
 
Rocket Lab Milestone Successfully Completed — Electron Arrives at Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1
Over the coming weeks, a series of tests and checkouts will be conducted at the site before the rocket, named It’s a Test, is signed-off to fly.
 
On the Show Floor... RF-Design Brings Their Latest Advances...
The company invites attendees to explore the firm's new and innovative products...
 
Bringing HD Video via SATCOM to Rotary Aircraft is a Hughes DISD Tech Advancement
This new advancement in SATCOM technology integrates the Hughes HM200 airborne modem and two lightweight antennas mounted on top...
 
Advantech Wireless' New AMT-83L Military-Grade Satellite Modem to Show Off at Satellite 2017
This is the first worldwide satellite modem to be certified with MIL-STD-188-165A by DISA.
 
GL Enhances ED-137 Radio Emulator for Air Traffic Management
"It has the capability of generating more than 500 simultaneous calls on a core i7 system.”
 
Gilat and Airbus to Develop Electronically Steerable Antenna for ESA...Funded by Clean Sky 2 
EC’s Horizon 2020 Clean Sky Joint Undertaking (CSJU) selects Gilat to build a fully integrated ESA aero terminal for satellite communication 
 
Vishay's Capacity for a New Capacitor That Meets MIL-PRF-3906/33 Specs
This device is the industry's first such capacitor qualified to the MIL-PRF-39006/33 specification to offer capacitance from 15 μF to 680 μF...
 
Paradigm's Swarm45 Ka-Band Terminal Gets Telenor's Blessing... Opens Market Opportunities
“We are pleased that the Swarm45 terminal, the smallest terminal yet, has been approved to operate on THOR 7."
 
SSPI Honors Four as Satellite Hall of Fame Inductees
The 2017 inductees uphold the proud tradition of the Satellite Hall of Fame,” said SSPI executive director Robert Bell. 
 
Cloud Free Mosaic Land Masses Presented By MDA Information Systems
All the land masses of the Earth, except for portions of Antarctica, were acquired with new Landsat 8 imagery...
 
From Maritime SATCOM Support to Football and HDTV, SES Makes Waves, Goals and Designs on HDTV
SES helps to meet the growing demand for maritime, sports and HDTV connectivity across a wide range of sectors...
 
Fourth Annual Connectivity Event from GVF-EMP Offers Preliminary Speaker Lineup
The event, the fourth in the Connectivity series, will investigate the universal connectivity ecosystem...
 
Giglio Group Launches an Italian First... Radiovision and New Trade Agreements
Since 2012, RTL 102.5 is the first Italian radio by number of listeners (6.9 million for the first half 2016 - by Audiradio data)
 
Incoming Inertial Sensors Launch by SBG Systems
The Ellipse has been greatly improved, showing unmatched performance in attitude measurement while adding Galileo constellation to its GNSS receiver.
 
University of Nottingham Boosts Satellite Navigation Position Accuracy Anywhere on the Globe
The service, to be developed at prototype level, will benefit safety-critical industries such as aviation and maritime navigation...
 
England's Aavid Thermacore... How to Cool a Satellite as it Circles, Photographs and Studies the Sun
The satellite will take the highest resolution images ever, orbit within 43 million kilometers of the Sun with temperatures of 9,932 degrees Fahrenheit.