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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.

 
SatMagazine
April 2019 Edition

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SatMagazine Features Include:

InfoBeam Part I
Information & News by the Editors
InfoBeam Part II
Information & News by the Editors
InfoBeam Part III
Information & News by the Editors
The Forrester Report: 2018 Is Long Over: Will 2019 be the year of C-band?
By Chris Forrester, Senior Columnist
Redefining Disaggregation: Hives can form resilient satellite constellations in space
By The Aerospace Corporation
Unlocking Dynamic Space Opportunities Across Asia-Pacific
By Dr. Bob Gough, Head of Business Development, Australia and Asia-Pacific, Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd.
The Propagation Impacts... on Ka-band ground terminals
By Krystal Dredge, Director of Marketing, AvL Technologies
The New “Space Race” Is Well Underway: Firefly’s acceleration of the smallsat industry
By Thomas E. Markusic, Founder and CEO, Firefly
Adapt... and Survive: Sustained success through active and reciprocal partnerships
By Nick Farrell, Director, Rock Seven
Smallsats By The Numbers: A discussion of the smallsat industry
By Tara Halt, Aerospace Analyst, Bryce Space and Technology
Denali’s Near Miss: The growing problem of space debris
By Payam Banazadeh, Founder and CEO, Capella Space
The Orbital Test Bed: Using hosted payload platforms to deliver missions to space — rapidly and affordably
By Craig Gravelle, Director, Space Systems Strategic Development, General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS)
Democratizing The Link Budget: A reliable and accurate tool to help maximize ROI
By José Torres, Global Sales Director, Integrasys
Satellites and the Beautiful Game
By Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI)
You Can Do... What? From Where? From satellites to data to actionable greenhouse gases insight
By Jean-Francois Gauthier, MBA, Director of Business Development, GHGSat
The Streak Continues...for GMV within the global control center market
By Miguel Ángel Molina, Commercial Director for Space, GMV
SATCOM Disruption: Smallsats spark innovation throughout the industry
By Jeffrey Osborne, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Kepler Communications
What’s Next For NewSpace? The sustainable future of space via AI and electric propulsion
By István Lőrincz, Chief Business Officer, Morpheus Space
Achieving An Elusive Goal: A sustainable business case for smallsat missions
By Anita Bernie, Head of Strategy and Executive Activities, KISPE
Focus: Telesat LEO—The why’s and wherefore’s
by Michael Schwartz, Senior Vice President, Corporate and Business Development, Telesat
Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of our Advertiser Sponsors
MilsatMagazine
April 2019 Edition

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MilsatMagazine Features Include:

Dispatches Part I
Information & News by the Editors
Dispatches Part II
Information & News by the Editors
The Future of DoD SATCOM: Delivering Fighting SATCOM
By the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC)
How Industry Can Solve...the DoD’s perceived SATCOM terminal challenges
By Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Vice President of Government, Strategy and Policy, Inmarsat Government
FLASHBACK AND FLASHFORWARD: The crucial communication connections for warfighters continue to improve
By Drew Klein, Director of International Business Development
The Government Satellite Report: COTM... Science Fiction or reality?
By Robert Rigsby, Senior Director, Business Development, SES Government Services
The Orbital Test Bed: Using hosted payload platforms to deliver missions to space — rapidly and affordably
By Craig Gravelle, Director, Space Systems Strategic Development, General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS)
Advertiser Index
An Alphabetical Review of our Advertiser Sponsors