December 2017 Edition
YEAR IN REVIEWs and the MILSATCOM Domain
"A Path Forward" to Unified SATCOM—Crucial Considerations for Actionable MILSATCOM, By Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Contributor and Senior Vice President of Government Strategy and Policy
Space is a highly challenging environment — as more and more countries launch and retire their spatial assets, the space surrounding Earth has become increasingly more congested.
The HPA Corner—The Rise of Smallsats, By Robert Clark, Hosted Payload Manager, Harris Corporation
The rise of the small satellite (smallsat) cannot be denied.
Storm School For All, A Raytheon Focus: Training Modules to Build a Weather-Ready Nation
TRUE OR FALSE? When flood waters rise, the first thing you do is get to the highest ground.
SatCom Frontier Perspectives: Interference Mitigation and Beam Switching Validated on EpicNG Satellites, By Skott Butler, President, Intelsat General Corp.
Intelsat now has five of our new high-throughput Intelsat EpicNG satellites in orbit, with four in service and IS-37e, launched last month, slated to complete testing and enter service in early 2018.
Satellite, Not Walls, Secure the Border—An SSPI “How Satellites Make A Better World” Perspective, By the Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI)
It can literally be a line in the sand or a fence made of concertina wire — a guard outpost on a busy road — a strip of unoccupied beach — a patch of trackless forest — a river snaking its way between two nations.
High Throughput on the High Seas for the U.S. Navy & On Orbit Servicing, By Ryan Schradin, Executive Editor, Government Satellite Report, and Senior Contributor
Delivering network connectivity and advanced IT capabilities to ships at sea requires satellite.
recon: Year in Review
recon: A Year in Review: Part I, EM Solutions • Hisdesat • Hughes • ND SatCom
EM Solutions • Hisdesat • Hughes • ND SatCom
recon: A Year in Review: Part II, Newtec • Spectra Group • Speedcast
Newtec • Spectra Group • Speedcast