The UAE Space Agency (UAESA) has signed a Declaration of Principles with Bahrain’s National Space Science Agency (NSSA), and the UAE’s Khalifa University (KU), for the training of the Bahrain Space Team. The signing took place on the sidelines...
The nanosatellite was developed by students of Khalifa University Space Systems and Technology Master’s Concentration, in partnership with Yahsat and Northrop Grumman
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With increased competition from streaming services, interference in satellite broadcasting can no longer be ignored, writes Martin Coleman of the Satellite Interference Reduction Group.
Managing Director, Tobias Forsell of Forsway, speaks about how their unique technology will help regions with limited internet connectivity by combining satellite operators with existing ground segment services.
These new antennas range from 7.2-18ms in diameter, can be configured for C-, K-, Ku-, X- and DBS-band operation, and feature high-efficiency optics and precision high-rigidity mounts.
Barnfind's new BTF1-41 adds long-distance and future-proof functionality to fiber transport platform
Forsway hybrid connectivity provides highly cost-efficient broadband to connect challenging markets still lacking reliable access.
The StingRay DWDM is able to maintain a much finer optical spectrum, enabling it to distribute up to 40 channels through one single fibre cable. It is able to cover much larger distances before suffering any signal loss.
Vislink claims that its upgraded HCAM 4K UHD wireless transmitter/ULRA platform improves latency to 1 frame.
New service will provide broadcasters with a turnkey content delivery solution via both satellite and OTT. The service will be powered by Nagra's OpenTV signature Edition solution.
This new cost-efficient RFoF solution for teleport applications serves operators of cable networks and satellite ground stations.
ACTIA Telecom designs and integrates a large range of easy-to-use and field-proven satcom terminals for commercial and governmental satellite communication.
Called Azerspace-2, the new launch from Azercosmos will expand on the current capacity of Azerspace-1, the company's telecommunications satellite.
The VSAT Fiber LINK extension system enables the transmission of Bi-directional L-Band and 10MHz reference signals to and from the BUC/LNB via a single fiber.