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Archive for June 5th, 2012

ISS-Reshetnev plans new integration and test facility

June 5th, 2012 by

Academician M.F. Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems put forward a project of an advanced spacecraft integration and test facility.Other Posts:Two billion laser flashes from spaceUpdate: Third international commercial satellite order for CGWICBEVO-1, AggieSat-2 pre-launch detailsSAT Corp. To Supply System To Advantech For Saudi Aramco NetworkFCC Grants Extension To ICONorthrop Grumman Elects Bush President, COONASA extends contract with RoskosmosSpaceDev awarded NASA contract for new rocket programme

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Boeing, Raytheon and Harris to pursue GCSS contract

June 5th, 2012 by

The Boeing Company is leading a U.S. industry team that includes Raytheon and Harris Corporation to pursue future development and sustainment work on the Air Force GPS Control Segment Sustainment (GCSS) contract. The control segment is the ground hardware and software that controls the space vehicles and their payloads.Other Posts:Turksat 3A to be launched next AprilLockheed Martin completes GOES-R CDRIntelsat to provide Internet service for luxury yachtsProton grounded as Ekspress AM4 rescue attempts continueTandberg Gets Digiturk DealCourt Confirms APS Purchase By SES AstraNew launch date for first ATVIranian TV report about planned student satellite

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SBIRS GEO-1 nears operational certification

June 5th, 2012 by

The first Lockheed Martin -built Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) geosynchronous (GEO-1) satellite, launched on 7 May 2011, is exceeding performance expectations and is on schedule to achieve operational certification later this year, the company said.Other Posts:Galaxy 15′s zombie trip has come to an endRaytheon awarded Earth observing system engineering contractSaab Space gets order for frequency converters from SS/LMSV Signs Distribution Agreement With DialToneServicesWearable antenna developed with ESA’s helpSSTL receives three RAeS awardsKayser-Threde receives TET-1 contractVodacom, Naspers Form Satellite TV Joint Venture

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Tips In Searching For A FIRS Installation Company

June 5th, 2012 by

FIRS or fibre IRS system is an integrated reception system that uses fibre optic instead of the usual copper cables. This is a fairly new technology so it is important to choose an installation company very carefully. Since FIRS is just new, not all aerial installation companies are capable of installing it.
Other Posts:Telenor to roam the oceansThird SAR-Lupe satellite begins testingWhy Lots of Cable TV Subscribers Are Shifting Cable Companies?Arianespace orders new Soyuz rocketsIntegral Receives CCS-C Modification For WGS WorkIntegral Systems, Inc. preliminary results FY2008Fourth reaction wheel failure ends FUSE missionSoyuz TMA-03M on its way to ISS

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A Guide To Understanding The Uses and Benefits of Fibre IRS

June 5th, 2012 by

In this modern age, the technology of fibre optics has become widely used. It is now being used in the technology used for communal aerials.
Other Posts:Delving Into Documentaries With Satellite TVEMS Technologies delivers AEHF anti-jamming hardwareAriane 5 ECA performs againNorthrop Grumman honoured for space deployablesEutelsat says it doesn’t jam its own satellitesNew GPS satellite has problems with some signalsHarris Corporation uplinks to Milstar via AEHF terminalRoskosmos confirms latest Angara delay

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The Benefits Of Communal Aerials

June 5th, 2012 by

Communal aerials are installations that allow users to receive both television and satellite signals. It also allows several tenants to receive these signals from just a single installation of the aerial. This means that a single aerial is capable of transmitting signal to the television sets of all the residents of that building.
Other Posts:DirecTV Versus The Dish Network: Taking Another LookMacDonald Dettwiler To Supply Imagery Ground StationLockheed Martin’s Stevens to retire; board elects Kubasik CEOMESSENGER enters safe mode during Mercury flybyHarmonic Adds Encryption Function To Stream-Processing PlatformUnfurlable antennas from Harris in demandGet an Exclusive Sports Package From Satellite TVSouth Korea may launch satellites aboard Indian rockets

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