Comtech Systems headquarters. Photo: Comtech Systems The acrimony between Comtech Telecommunications Corp. and Gilat Satellite Networks over the ongoing acquisition has heated up, as Comtech argues it is ...

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Planet satellite imagery of a coast in Japan. Photo: Planet Planet has signed a reseller agreement with its partner ...

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Photo: CNW Group/Nolinor Aviation OWG, a new Canadian airline focusing on tropical destinations, selected Skytrac‘s satellite communications technologies to enable numerous capabilities onboard their fleet of upgraded Boeing ...

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Intellian’s next-generation v240M Gen-II dual band antenna. Photo: Intellian Intellian launched the next generations of its v240M dual-band 2.4m antenna and Intelligent Mediator. Together, the new ...

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Photo: Vince Lim/Via Satellite The Federal Communications Commission’s chairman, Ajit Pai, says he’s proposing approval ...

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The planned launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket Tuesday from Cape Canaveral of a South Korean military communications satellite has been delayed in order to address an issue on the launcher's second stage, and potentially replace the hardware if necessary, officials ...

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Panasonic Avionics has been selected by Middle East Airlines-Air Liban (MEA) to provide inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) solutions for 15 of its Airbus A321 family aircraft. Upon delivery from July 2020 onwards, 9 A321neos will become the first connected aircraft to ...

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Northampton-based remote sensing technology provider, 2Excel geo has signed up to the national SPRINT business support programme, for the second time, to undertake an innovative remote sensing project. SPRINT will support 2Excel geo with funded access to expertise from The Open University ...

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COMSAT, the global satellite connectivity solutions provider, is extending the life of Inmarsat’s existing satellites through the leasing of an additional antenna at COMSAT’s Santa Paula, CA. Teleport. The newly leased 12.8m antenna is transmitting and receiving in both C-band and L-band ...

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