With increased competition from streaming services, interference in satellite broadcasting can no longer be ignored, writes Martin Coleman of the Satellite Interference Reduction Group.
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The high demand for live events and sport is great news for the satellite industry. There’s no way of ensuring reliable and quality coverage of live events without satellite.
In-orbit servicing will revolutionise satellite operations in MEA and beyond, writes Arie Halsband, founder and CEO of Effective Space.
Alvaro Sanchez of Integrasys lauds the array of LEO constellations while acknowledging the challenges of providing a consistent service.
Rami Ibrahim talks about the various initiatives undertaken globally to deal with space debris.
This higher calling to advance our collective understanding is a powerful motivator for cooperation and collaboration — one that we aspire to use to bring together space agencies and scientific institutions across the Middle East as we inspire the...
The “connected aircraft” means managing a global wireless network in the sky that serves a broader suite of applications and end-users, all of which are vying for contested bandwidth.
As an expert on the risk and insurance issues related to sub-orbital human space flights, Rob Frize addresses the subject and shares his insight with Torsten Kriening for SatellitePro ME.
Sue Rutherford, Director, Market Development at Skywave Mobile Communications makes a case for L-band usage in M2M applications.
Louis Dubin, Vice President of Product Management, Comtech EF Data, makes a case for the use of SCPC technology.