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Oil & Gas Demand Satellite as Failsafe

By | October 31, 2014

Eirik Raude semi-submersible rig operating on the Jubilee Field. Photo: Tullow Oil. The changing nature of oil and gas harvesting is creating an intense trend toward fiber optics that CIO of Tullow Oil Andrew

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Night Sky

Innovations in Satellite Antennas Attracting New Markets & Opportunities

They may not be sexy or anything that consumers pay much attention to, but recent changes to satellite antennas are helping the industry expand its services, lower prices, improve efficiency, and open doors

By | October 31, 2014


SSPA versus TWTA: Is There Room for Both?

SSPA versus TWTA: Is There Room for Both?RF amplifiers are the pulmonary systems of satellite networks pumping out RF energy, the electromagnetic lifeblood that allows earth stations to communicate with

By | October 31, 2014


Thinking Outside of the Aircraft: In-Flight Connectivity Nok Air Style

Corporate Market One of the key battlegrounds for low cost airlines now is the corporate market. More and more, these airlines want to attract business people to their flights. “Nok Air has always been

By | October 31, 2014


Disruptive Change and Reinvention in the VSAT Industry

One of the key advantages of the VSAT business is its ability to rapidly react and adapt to change. This has become very apparent over the past couple of years, which has seen the industry suffer from the

By | October 31, 2014

Joanne Wheeler

Smallsats: Potential and Regulatory Challenges

In the six months to May 2014, more than 90 small satellites were launched, representing investment by 18 countries. We are seeing a huge growth in the use of and demand for SmallSats. A recent success story is the UKube 1, the U.K. Space Agency’s (UKSA) first CubeSat mission, which was launched on July,9. The UKube [...]

By | October 31, 2014

Power Plant Live

Milcom Takes Over Charm City

Visit the historic Fort McHenry where American troops stopped a British invasion in 1812, which inspired what would become the national anthem of the U.S. Photo: National Park Service Located at an old railway

By | October 31, 2014

Mark Holmes Photo

WRC-2015: Is the Industry’s Luck About to Run Out?

+1 301-354-2000EditorialMark Holmes, Editorial Director, Aerospace, +44(0)176 3260638, mholmes@accessintel.comVeronica Magan, Managing Editor & Digital Strategist, ext. 1766Caleb Henry, Junior Editor, ext

By | October 31, 2014

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