"We await the ‘green light’ from our launch partners RocketLab to dispatch to Launch Complex 1 in New Zealand for flight preparation and integration onto the launch vehicle,” said Miles Ashcroft, CTO, Kleos.
The camp is a tripartite collaboration between South Africa, Germany and the U.S.A, represented by SANSA, DLR and the University of Alabama respectively.
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The device is available in a variety of redundancy and phase combined system architectures, it can be produced in both outdoor and rack-mount enclosures.
Icom’s IC-SAT100 offers a true land-mobile radio (LMR) experience through Iridium Push-To-Talk (PTT). This will be demonstrated at ConnecTechAsia.
The company will be displaying MSUA, Android SAT-GSM phone, X5-Touch, T2M-DUAL as well as the SAT-LTE broadband hotspot, WE at booth #1T1-01.
The analyst says revenue for maritime service providers is estimated to exceed 2,5 billion dollars by 2025. Among the general trends, we will see the emergence of the smart ship concept and autonomous ship concept as well.
The maritime industry is going through a major transformation on multiple levels. Priya Patel of APAC, NSSLGlobal shares her views on the main trends, challenges, and opportunities for growth within the maritime sector with SatellitePro Middle East...
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The company will showcase the FusionIP-LITE, Cruise Control+ – NSSLGlobal’s virtualised platform, Iridium Certus and more at stand B05-17, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
The product features an optimized reflector and radome designed to perform across 2.5GHz wideband Ka network services in the future.
The X5-Touch, which is the first to run on the Android OS, won the top mobility user experience solution award from the Mobile Satellite Users Association (MSUA).
Intellian will be displaying its new product’s Ka-band version, the v150NX Ka at Satellite 2019. This terminal is also compatible with future 2.5GHz Wide Ka-band networks and has delivered speeds of 830Mbps in trials.
Manufacturer claims full suite of ICs provides a mix of high reliability, radiation hardness, and affordability with up to 60% cost savings compared to competitive solutions.
The new models reportedly combine the best of two worlds in a single device: the strengths of solid-state amplifiers and the compactness and low weight of tube amplifiers.