A U.S. Space Force technician conducts GPS interference training with a GPS electromagnetic attack system at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado. U.S. adversaries will attempt to jam GPS signals during conflicts. Credit: SpaceNews photo illustration/U.S. Space Force photo by Ethan Johnson

Space Force eyes smaller, cheaper GPS satellites to augment constellation

A U.S. Space Force technician conducts GPS interference training with a GPS electromagnetic attack system at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado. U.S. adversaries will attempt to jam GPS signals during conflicts. Credit: SpaceNews photo illustration/U.S. Space Force photo by Ethan Johnson By Sandra Erwin, Published by Space News, 4 March 2024 The

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The Advancements in Satellite Communication Technology: A Review

By Michael Rogucki, Published by ts2, 4 December 2023 Summary:Satellite communication technology has experienced significant advancements in recent years, revolutionizing the way we transmit information across the globe. This review delves into the transformative developments that have taken place in satellite communication, including improvements in data transmission rates, reduction in

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Cubesats built by Blue Canyon Technologies for NASA’s TROPICS mission. Credit: Blue Canyon Technologies/RTX

New head of smallsat supplier Blue Canyon sets sights on defense market growth

Cubesats built by Blue Canyon Technologies for NASA’s TROPICS mission. Credit: Blue Canyon Technologies/RTX By Sandra Erwin, Published by SpaceNews, 9 October 2023 Former Lockheed Martin executive Chris Winslett joins Raytheon’s small-satellite subsidiary amid efforts to expand the company’s footprint in defense programs WASHINGTON — Chris Winslett for three years

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Something’s Wrong With the Starlink V2 Mini Satellites, Musk Talks About Deorbiting

By Cristian Agatie, Published by autoevolution, 23 March 2023 SpaceX recently launched its first group of Starlink V2 Mini satellites, touting improved capabilities, with four times the data capacity of the previous generation. Soon, astronomers noticed that the satellites started to descend rather than rise. On Wednesday, Elon Musk confirmed

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