MICROSAT


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The Norsat Ranger 60 microsat fits within a weather-tight, airline checkable package (IATA compliant).
However, as the successful marketing of microsat capabilities demonstrates, far from migrating capabilities overseas, joint ventures result in greater product use and growing markets for all concerned.
Although MicroSat has not committed to using the site and its managers point out that the firm's business is being pursued by other states, they are serious enough about Poker Flat to have filed April 29 for MicroSat to become an Alaskan corporation.
In addition, the development of ATK's new A100 small satellite product line, aimed at serving the microsat market, could provide a unique capability to transition SeeMe technology to industry, research, and military operational markets.
We have worked closely with ORBCOMM and MicroSat Systems for over two years, and more recently directly with SNC, to develop an efficient, powerful solution for ORBCOMM's OG2 satellite constellation.
Employing an advanced waveform technology developed by Hughes, the new communications-on-the-move (COTM) microsat system achieved zero packet loss on transmission and reception through the rotor blades, over both Ka and Ku-band satellite channels.
Sierra Nevada Corporation Forms Strategic Team with Key Subcontractors Boeing, ITT and its wholly-owned subsidiary, MicroSat, to Build ORBCOMM Generation 2 Satellites -
Other initial founding partners and sponsors include: DigitalGlobe, the Keiretsu Forum, Broadreach Engineering, MicroSat, the Colorado Governor's Office of Economic Development, the Colorado School of Mines, and the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business Deming Center for Entrepreneurship.
Hughes Executive to Discuss BLOS SATCOM and MicroSat Technologies for Fixed and Rotary Wing Applications
Dassault Syst[c]mes (DS) (NASDAQ:DASTY) (Paris:DSY), a world leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, today announced that MicroSat Systems, a fast-growing provider of high-performance satellites based in Colorado, USA, is accelerating the evaluation of product performance and reliability with Abaqus Unified Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software from SIMULIA.
Under this contract, SpaceDev's comprehensive "plug and play" microsat hardware and software will be implemented in the MDA modular microsatellites.