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May 2016 Edition
Interference, Radomes and more...
 
Dispatches
 
Dispatches Part I, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
 
Dispatches Part II, Information & News, by the Editors
Milsat News and Products of Note
Features
 
A Glowlink Perspective: Breakthrough Interference Removal Device, By Mike Downey, Chief Technology Officer, Glowlink Communications Technology, Inc.
At the crux of satellite communications, interference and noise have been the antagonists in building reliable, efficient communication links.
 
Why The Military Should Be Detecting CID, By Roger Franklin, Chief Executive Officer, Crystal
The lead up to the Carrier ID mandate has created quite a buzz in the broadcasting industry and I’m certain many readers have seen articles in MilsatMagazine discussing this most important topic.
 
Ballistic Radomes For Military COTM Systems, By D.J. Kozakoff, C. Corallo, D. Petra and W. Roovers
Military Communications-On-The-Move (COTM) provide warfighters with mobile comms using satellites in order to connect to numerous remote locations quickly and under critical conditions. 
 
Addressing Growing Government End User Demands With Innovative Satellite Solutions, By Fred Morris, Vice President, Product Marketing, Cometech EF Data
Military and Government agencies have specific communications needs. Providing real-time, secure high- speed broadband connectivity among war fighters, between command centers in the field and leadership back home; between emergency responders or for diplomatic organizations is key to a rapid and effective response to threats.
 
GovSat InSights: The Evolution Of Military SATCOM Acquisition, By Ryan Schradin, Executive Editor, GovSat Report (Sponsor: SES Government Solutions)
I recently had the opportunity to attend a breakfast event hosted by C4ISR and sponsored by SES Government Solutions entitled, “Assured Communications 2016.”
 
Single Satellite Geolocation Systems... What is Currently Technically feasible..., By Erwin Greilinger, Sales + Product Line Manager, Siemens Convergence Creators
Satellite interference mitigation techniques for satellite operators that support them in ensuring high service levels of quality for their customers is absolutely crucial to their success.
 
A Keysight Technologies Focus: Conquering Wideband RF Measurements , by Brad Frieden, Applications Engineer, Keysight Technologies

As radar systems require higher target tracking resolution, and communications systems require higher data throughput, modulation schemes on related signals are becoming wider in order to achieve these goals.
 
Game Changing Technology: Enabling Geolocation Of VSAT Terminals, By Petter Amundsen, Chief Executive Officer, VeriSat
Although only affecting a minimum number of services, satellite interference continues to be a problem for military, government, agency and commercial satellite operators across the globe.
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