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SEAKR Is Building RF Processors For Saturn Satellite Networks’ Small GEO Satellites “NationSat”

SEAKR Engineering is using next-generation technologies to build digital RF processors for Saturn Satellite Networks’  small GEO satellite known as “NationSat.” Saturn is a company founded by space industry veterans focused on building small geostationary satellites, and is building its first NationSat satellite using a 2.5 kW bus design. Saturn’s …

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Isotropic Systems Wins a Highly Prestigious New Product Innovation Award by Frost & Sullivan

Isotropic Systems has received the prestigious ‘New Product Innovation Award’ from global market research and consulting company Frost & Sullivan for its work on next-generation satellite terminals that will enable ubiquitous high-bandwidth satellite connectivity for a fraction of the cost of other technologies. Isotropic Systems was selected by Frost & Sullivan …

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Newtec Dialog Transforms Telemedia’s Outside Broadcast Capabilities

Newtec has provided a Newtec Dialog platform to enhance the live broadcast capabilities of Telemedia, a media broadcast company based in Sandton, South Africa. Newtec Dialog will enable Telemedia to offer a data service in addition to video broadcasting services from its fleet of Outside Broadcast (OB) trucks. Founded in …

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Speedcast and In Aria! Networks Join Forces with Telespazio on Large-Scale, High-Capacity Video Services

Speedcast has announced a joint service offering with In Aria! Networks, one of Europe’s leading service providers in managed broadcast video contribution over IP, and Telespazio, a leading provider of digital TV platforms and satellite transmission in Europe. Relying on a combination of In Aria! Networks’ redundant video contribution over IP gateways …

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ÅAC Microtec confirms successful launch of NSLSat-1

The NSLSat-1 satellite was successfully launched on Friday 5 July by EXOLAUNCH on the Soyuz 2.1b launch vehicle from the Vostochny Cosmodrome, Russia, into Low Earth Orbit (LEO). AAC Clyde Space has since made contact with spacecraft from their Glasgow based ground station, with spacecraft systems performing as planned. AAC …

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ESA and Arianespace Establish Flight VV15 Inquiry Commission

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Arianespace have decided to appoint an independent inquiry commission to analyse the reasons for the Flight VV15 failure and define measures needed to ensure the resumption of Vega flights while fulfilling all requisite safety and security conditions. This inquiry commission is co-chaired by the …

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