April 2017 Edition
The Power of SATCOM
Huge Pressures On The Satellite Launch Industry...The Forrester Report, By Chris Forrester, Senior Contributor
Hot topics at the recent Satellite 2017 show in Washington, D.C. included discussions regarding new satellite constellations.
Meeting The Future Needs Of The Aviation Community: A Cobham SATCOM Perspective, By Willem Kasselman, Vice President Aero, Cobham SATCOM
This is an era of exciting growth for aeronautical satellite connectivity, with a new generation of technologies now in the advanced stages of development ready to handle the specific requirements in the airline industry.
Smart Devices and Connectivity Are Key To Smart Offshore , By Ron Wright, Regional Sales Representative, Globalstar
Ten years ago, having a flip phone and asking a loved one back home to check email was a sufficient way to stay connected while working offshore. Today that is not the case.
Smallsats: Making The Best Of Space Technologies, By Mufassira Fathima, Writer, Allied Analytics LLP
The growing popularity of the smallsats market is a testimony to the best use of evolving space technologies in today’s world.
High G Vibration and SRS Shock Testing: An Experior Laboratories Perspective, By Phil Rogers and Gerrit Lane, Application and Project Engineers, Experior Laboratories
Increasingly higher G levels required for vibration and SRS shock testing for aerospace and space customers is being experienced by Experior Laboratories—presented here are test levels that the company has been able to routinely perform, using high performance Unholtz-Dickie T2000 Shakers and a state-of-the-art Kinetic Impact Pyroshock Simulation (KIPS) System.
OTT Watch: Are CDNs The New Satellite Platform? A Vimond Media Perspective, By Miguel Silva, Chief Commercial Officer, Vimond Media
The influence of over-the-top (OTT) video has been so widespread that one wonders: What has it not changed
Satellite Transponders Overview, An Insight Partners Executive Summary
Satellite transponders are the space-based sophisticated cluster of radio repeaters, integrated into telecommunication satellite.
An Insightful IRG Event @ Intelsat, By Martin Coleman, Executive Director, Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG)
Once again, as the D.C. Satellite Show ended, our Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) “gang” headed for Tyson’s Corner; however, instead of hitting the shops (much to Helen Weedon’s initial disappointment), we headed to Intelsat for our IRG workshop.
The Benefits Of An Open-Source Google Earth. A Thermopylae Sciences and Technology Perspective, By Joseph Vetere, GIS Engineer, Thermopylae Sciences and Technology (TST)
You may well ask, “What does an open sourced Google Earth Enterprise product mean for me and how can I benefit from it?”
SatCom Frontier Perspectives: Understanding The New HTS Realities, By SatCom Frontier Editors, courtesy of Intelsat General
The commercial space industry is on the cusp of a new era in satellite performance. In the past two years, multiple commercial satellite operators have begun launching high-throughput satellite (HTS) constellations.
Antennas for Systems and Devices: Technologies and Global Markets, A BCC Research Executive Summary
The motif behind antenna market evolution in the next five years is likely to be the Internet of Things (IoT).
Rugged Tablet, Meet Satellite Radio, By Bob Ashenbreener, President, Durable Mobility Technologies, LLC
How often have you heard a rugged computer manufacturer talk about how “far” their technologies will go to keep your field-based workers connected and productive – often showcasing the PC’s ability to reach the ends of the Earth and beyond? And how many times have you been skeptical of such claims? Probably more often than anyone would like to admit, right? I get it.
Launching Multinets First Venture Into VSAT SATCOM:, A SpeedCast Perspective
Multinet Pakistan Private Limited (Multinet) is one of the premier infrastructure and communication solution providers for leading carriers and enterprises in the Middle East region and has been providing their services to their customer for more than a decade.
Startups At The Final Frontier:, Space 2.0 Event Aims to Skyrocket NewSpace Companies to Success
NewSpace companies seeking their place in a rapidly growing and demanding commercial space market will have an unmissable opportunity in late April to reach new heights.