TSAT


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AcronymDefinition
TSATTransformational Satellite
TSATT-Carrier Small Aperture Terminal
TSATTransferrin Saturation
TSATSaturation Temperature
TSATTarget Start-Up Approval Time (air traffic control)
TSATT-1 Rate Small Aperture Terminal
TSATTactical-Situation-Assessment Technology
TSATTechnical Skills & Aptitude Toolbox (The Training Solutions Group, Inc., and the Alliance for Employee Growth and Development, Inc.)
TSATTelemetry and Data Transfer via Satellite (Norwegian wireless system provider)
TSATThe Sick and Tired (gaming group)
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However, the selection of TSAT as a research topic and completion of this study was not possible without the help of Lt Col James Rothenflue.
In global vigilance, we want TSAT, AEHF (Advanced Extremely High Frequency), Wideband Gap-Filler, Space-based infrareds, space radar, the Global Hawk Block 20, Predator, and Reaper.
During the interim period, Jewel Price Ross, secretary/treasurer of TSAT, assumed the duties of journal editor from November of 1957 through February of 1958.
* Global Vigilance (Space): Upgrade and secure GPS; develop and deploy SBIR, TSAT, and SR; and ensure continued and timely access to space.
After adding the costs for two new programs--ARH (Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter) and JLENS (Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System)--and subtracting the costs for final reports on a completed program (LHD 1 Amphibious Assault Ship), a restructured program (TSAT (Transformational Satellite Communications System)), the completed Fire Unit portion of Patriot PAC-3 (Patriot Advanced Capability), and the completed MK 1 portion of SSDS (Ship Self Defense System) from the September 2005 reporting period, the adjusted current estimate of program acquisition costs was $1,517,182.4 million.
It seeks funding for a sweeping upgrade to its satellite communications capability through the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) program and its follow-on, the Transformational Communications Satellite (TSAT) program.
will lead an industry team in pursuit of the Transformational Satellite Communications System (TSAT) Mission Operations System (TMOS), a program to provide the warfighter a secure, interoperable, high capacity global communications network.
We also are at work on the Transformational Communications Satellite (TSAT) to provide our joint warfighter with unprecedented communication capability.