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March 2021 Edition
Military Satellites and Launch Sector, Secure Comms, Interference, Operational Strategies
Dispatches Part I, Inmarsat To Develop On-Orbit Telemetry • Arianespace Signs Avio • $1 Trillion Plus For Space + Satellite Markets • Experimental Research Rocket Launched
Information & News by the Editors 
Dispatches Part II, Cubic’s Nuvotronics For The US Army • MilSat Symposium To Launch Space Defense • Taurus SSPAs + BUCs Intro’d By Advantech • SpacePath Contracts for Military + Commercial • KVH Issues Their TACNAV 3D • Septentrio’s First Encrypted GNSS Signal
Information & News by the Editors
Command Center: Dr. Derek Tournier Part I, Director, Space Development Agency
SmallSat Symposium 2021 Keynote Address
Command Center: Dr. Derek Tournier Part II, Director, Space Development Agency
SmallSat Symposium 2021 Keynote Address
Modular, Open Standards for SATCOM Networks Will Yield Benefits for U.S. and Allied Forces, By Rick Lober, Vice President and General Manager, Defense & Intelligence Systems Division, Hughes Network Systems
The challenge is to connect several siloed, wideband and narrowband systems that span more than 17,000 user terminals from over 100 different providers.
The Evolution of End-to-End Communications Service Providers, By Nate White, Vice President and General Manager, Communications Division, Peraton
The communications industry is at an inflection
The SATCOM Failsafe for Border Security, Author: Warren Ackerley, Business Development Director, Paradigm
Taking The Tactical Cloud With You...High Speed, Secure Networking At The Edge Of The Battlefield, Charlie Kawasaki, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions
To maintain warfighter overmatch, the US military must deploy advanced technologies.
Government Satellite Report: DoD Doubles Down On MEO Satellite To Meet Critical Connectivity Requirements, Author: Ryan Schradin, Executive Editor
The Department of Defense (DoD) increasingly embraces network-enabled and connected platforms
Space Surveillance Telescope To Assist In Space Domain Awareness (SDA), Space and Missile Systems Center Led A Three-Year International partnership Effort to Move SST To Australia
A unique deep-space monitoring telescope will soon be scanning deep space from its new home in Western Australia.
Keeping Track Of Space Debris, The vast domain of outer space is mostly empty.
This debris poses an increasing threat to the ever-increasing number of satellites and other space vehicles.