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October 2020 Edition
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Dispatches
 
Dispatches Part I, L3 Harris System for SDA • Funding Boosts Silentium Defence • Vialite Newest for Gov/Military • Commerce Dept. to Manage SSA Data • Telesat U.S. Demo LEO for DARPA •
L3 Harris System for SDA • Funding Boosts Silentium Defence • Vialite Newest for Gov/Military • Commerce Dept. to Manage SSA Data • Telesat U.S. Demo LEO for DARPA • 
 
Dispatches Part II, ORBCOMM AIS and MarineTraffic • Viasat enlists New Link 16 • Elbit Systems Provides Tactical Radios • Wavestream Celebrates 20th Anniversary • Optical COMMS Earth Station • Mercy Ships to Leverage SES Network • Space Foundation Newest Space Report
ORBCOMM's AIS and MarineTraffic • Visat enlists New Link 16 • Elbit Systems Provides Tactical Radios • Wavestream Celebrates 20th Anniversary • Optical COMMS Earth Station • Mercy Ships to Leverage SES Network • Space Foundation's Newest Space Report
Features
 
Enabling Fighting SatCom Through a Digital Ground, By Chris Badgett, Vice President of Technology, Kratos Space
“The ultimate goal is simple: give the battlefield commander access to all the information needed to win the war.
 
Defense In-Depth Approach Is Dynamic Game Changer for SatCom Cybersecurity, By Karl Fuchs, Senior Vice President of Technology, iDirectGov + Senior Contributor, MilsatMagazine
Applying cybersecurity in a SATCOM environment requires a layered security approach
 
U.S. Space Force & the Space Industry Teaming Up to Provide Unparalleled Access to Space, America’s National Security Space Launch (NSSL) program
The United States’ launch capability is the envy of the world.
 
SatCom Technology & the Connected Soldier, By Ulf Sandberg, Founder and Managing Director, Paradigm Communications Systems
Peacekeeping and conflict resolution has undeniably entered the 21st century.
 
Is Cloud Security Safe for Satellite Missions?, By Simon Halpern, Chief Operating Officer, Kubos Corporation
The evolution of the world is dictated by the speed of evolution of technology. 
 
Notional Satellite Architectures of Military (GEO-Earth) Versus Space Exploration (GEO-Mars), By Ronald H. Freeman, PhD, Vice-Chair of Space Operations and Support Technical Committee, American Institute of Aeronautic and Astronautics (AIAA)
Generally, the worldwide use of space systems is broken down into three user communities
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