Via Satellite Magazine

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Cyber Experts: The Truth About the Threats to Satellite

By | May 15, 2017

The Satellite Industry Isn’t Ready Satellite assets are unique; they are often two-to-three years in the making and then stay in space almost two decades. However, as space becomes more crowded and

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In This Issue Via Satellite Magazine Archive

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Phased Array Antennas: Can they Deliver?

“We got a bunch of Radio Frequency (RF) electronics and a big, domed 1.2-meter mechanically steered antenna, and strapped them onto a Humvee that we bought on eBay to prove you can get a 5 megabit link on

By | May 15, 2017

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Future Investments in VSAT Equipment: What you Need to Know

However, satellites are only as good the technology that powers them, and more expectations are now being placed on traditional Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) technology providers as they look to provide

By | May 15, 2017

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Earth Observation to Capture the Mainstream Market

Earth Observation (EO) is in its infancy, meaning that there is significant room for growth. At the same time, with the smallsat revolution in full swing, key players in the EO market are expecting to see a new level of data service offerings that will fuel demands for satellite imagery. Increased demand is driven by […]

By | May 15, 2017

Joanne Wheeler 
is a partner at international law firm Bird & Bird, a commercial, corporate, finance, litigation, IP and regulatory specialist for the space industry.

Spaceflight in the UK: Onward and Upward

“As we prepare to leave the European Union and so redefine our place in the world, we must ensure that the decisions we take now put the U.K. in a position to build a strong, resilient, well balanced economy

By | May 15, 2017

David F Melcher, President and CEO of Aerospace Industries Association.

Why America Needs Diverse Spectrum Options

We must allocate spectrum wisely, ensuring that increasing demand from mobile operators doesn’t crowd out other worthy users.

By | May 15, 2017

Mark Holmes is the editorial director for Via Satellite and Avionics Magazine.

Targeting the Other 4 Billion

It has been an interesting time in the industry with most of us still digesting the huge news of Intelsat getting together with OneWeb, which has really set the tone for the industry this year. One of the

By | May 15, 2017

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