June 2016 Edition
APAC & Australasia... plus more...
Satellite Interference Geolocation Considerations, By Paul Chan, MIEEE, MIET, MSc. Telecommunications, Spacecraft Engineer, AsiaSat
Interference is a problematic issue that causes significant impact to satellite communications and sometimes makes a satellite frequency spectrum unusable.
Banking On Satellite Networks, By N.V. Jairam, Director of SME & Enterprise Marketing, Hughes Communications India Limited
Banking services are fundamental to economic development and in combating poverty.
Executive Spotlight: Pierre-Jean Beylier,, Chief Executive Officer, SpeedCast
Pierre-Jean Beylier (“PJ”) joined SpeedCast in 2000 as the Head of Sales and Marketing. He was appointed the Chief Executive Officer of the company in 2004.
SatBroadcasting™: Innovative SSPA GaN Technology, By Cristi Damian, M.E.E. Engineering, Vice President, Business Development, Advantech Wireless
A retrospective view into the 2015 broadcast market is almost entirely related to the surprisingly fast introduction and adoption of Ultra HD/4K TV technology.
Now Is The Time For Single Channel To Multi-Channel Modulator Transition, By Peter Waskowic, Business Manager, SATCOM Products, SED Systems
Single channel modulators have well served the satellite marketplace over the last decades.
Satellite Monitoring... In The Clouds, By Kevin ONeil, SatSignature.com
For many in the satellite industry, time-filled schedules of operating, managing and monitoring several carriers while also watching them on spectrum analyzers is just the start of various projects.
A Comtech EF Data Focus: Mobility— Innovative Satellite Networking Solutions, By Fred Morris, Vice President, Product Marketing, Cometech EF Data
You require multiple business models at hand to differentiate your services to address your main market challenges of today, while minimizing your OPEX at the same time.
Executive Spotlight: Jason Andrews, President & Chief Executive Officer, Spaceflight
Jason Andrews co-founded Andrews Space, Inc., now Spaceflight Systems, in July of 1999 to be a catalyst in the commercialization, exploration and development of space. Andrews Space was a best value integrator of aerospace systems and developer of advanced spacecraft products and components.
The Worlds Of CommunicAsia2016, CommunicAsia is Asia’s pinnacle ICT trade event, connecting international industry professionals with more than 22,000 business opportunities.
A discussion with Mr. Victor Wong, the Project Director for Communications Events, Singapore Exhibition Services.
LeoSat—A New Satellite Paradigm, By Mark Rigolle, Chief Executive Officer, LeoSat Enterprises
In a world that is increasingly inter-connected, cloud-based and data-driven, LeoSat Enterprises plans to launch a constellation of as many as 108 Low Earth Orbit (LEO) communications satellites to provide the first commercially available, enterprise grade, extremely high-speed and secure data service worldwide.
Australia’s Broadband Network, By Jos Heyman, Tiros Space Information and Senior Contributor
Following a report by the government’s Broadband Advisory Group, released on January 22, 2003, the Australian government announced the establishment of a national broadband network (NBN) using fiber cables four years later in 2007. Subsequently, the National Broadband Network Corporation was established on April 9, 2009, as a fully government owned corporation.
Beyond The Blue Continent, By Cyril Annarella, Executive Director, Kacific, and Kerstin Roost, Public Relations Director, Newtec
The challenge of creating ubiquitous broadband connectivity is key to the continued growth and development of the satellite sector.
Driving Business Value Through Network Intelligence, By Rajanik Mark Jayasuriya, Vice President/General Manager, Satellite Networks Business Group, ST Electronics
Operating as a satellite service provider has become increasingly challenging.