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February 18th, 2015
GPS Source's Newest GNSS Antenna Can Take The Extremes + Still Deliver
The signal reception is unaffected by placement of the antenna. Designed to operate in the most extreme and demanding applications...
NASA and AFRL Join The Throng With New Focuses @ Aerospace Electrical Systems Expo
The sessions will provide interactive forums that highlight new technologies from small business innovators. 
Of SatBroadcasting™ Interest—@ NAB Show 2015: Globecast Bringing Their Latest Developments To Attendees
Globecast’s Media Factory leverages the company’s proven expertise in handling linear and on-demand services through playout and over-the-top (OTT) solutions.
U.S. Navy Decides On SBG Technology Solutions For Mission Critical Comms Support
“We will use our longstanding experience with the Navy and PEO SS to execute these mission-critical communications functions for the Navy.”—Vic Blanco, Director of Contracts, SBG.
Space Foundation's Douglas S. Morrow Award Goes To The Super Orion Team...NASA/Industry EFT-1...Test Early, Test Often 
"The world once again on a firm course of space exploration that will get us out of low Earth orbit, taking humans back to the Moon and on to Mars and beyond." Space Foundation Chief Executive Officer Elliot Pulham
P&O Ferries + MTN Channel Their Expertise...  Launch First Wi-Fi Hot Spot on the English Channel
These vessels are the first ferries in the world connected to the network, in addition to having back-up satellite connectivity, as many cruise ships do today. 
TE Connectivity... Who Knew?... New Light Coatings + Ink Reduces Antenna's Weight + Available For Aerospace and Defense 
Conductive inks and coatings are key tools in lowering size, weight and power (SWaP) because they allow developers to replace metal components with coated plastic or composite parts.
SES' German HD Platform HD+ Enjoys Strong Growth...More Than 3 Million Households in  2014  
..showed that the number of HD satellite households in Germany exceeded, for the first time, the ten million mark.
McMurdo Group Partners w/IMRF In Effort To Decrease Marine Deaths...372,000 Drownings Last Year
A global drowning report in 2014 by the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that 372,000 lives are lost worldwide due to drowning each year.
MilDef Systems Provides Cargo + Logistic Unit Monitoring + Tracking For FMV Sweden
 It utilizes satellite communications infrastructure to ensure continuous secure operation, anywhere in the world.
Keysight Technologies' Products On The Edge ...Design and Test for LTE-A, 802.11AC, 5G at Mobile World Congress
...will show its newest solutions that address present and future wireless design and test challenges...
Tenfold Faster Test Times With Keysight Technologies' New ENA Vector Network Analyzer
The new ENA uses the Keysight PNA- and PXI-Series software architecture, making it easier for engineers to take measurements across multiple Keysight VNAs.