The U.S. Space Force announced Nov. 28 it delivered the second and final military communications payloads that will launch in 2023 on Space Norway’s Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission
A satellite communications payload Boeing developed for the U.S. Space Force successfully demonstrated it can prevent jamming attacks, the company said Nov. 15
SES and Hughes in a demonstration last month installed satellite internet service on a General Atomics surveillance drone
The U.S. Space Force broke ground on a new site at Clear Space Force Station, Alaska, will be the main gateway to the EPS-R payloads that will launch in 2023
Big money for military satellites signals a slow shift to commercial services.
Space Force delivers first of two U.S. payloads to launch on Space Norway’s arctic broadband mission
The U.S. Space Force delivered the first of two military communications payloads that will launch in 2023 on Space Norway’s Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission.
The U.S. Space Force plans to request nearly $8 billion over the next five years to scale up development of classified communications satellite networks
Satellite operator Intelsat is offering a managed network service that integrates geostationary satellites, SpaceX’s Starlink low Earth orbit constellation and cellular broadband.
Leonardo DRS, a provider of satellite communications services to the U.S. government, announced March 22 it is selling its satcom business to satellite operator SES in a $450 million deal.
A satellite communication payload developed by Boeing for the U.S. Space Force has passed a critical design review, the company announced March 16.
What mix of satellites will be needed to meet rising demand for connectivity will be the subject of a deep-dive study by the U.S. Space Force.
The U.S. military is demanding more advanced technologies to protect its tactical communications systems from sophisticated electronic attacks.
The U.S. Army is in the market for satellite communications but with a complicated twist. It is not just looking to buy broadband for troops in the field but “end to end” services.
The next generation of Global Positioning System satellites could host additional payloads to provide communications services.
Kymeta’s flat panel satellite antennas will be among the products the U.S. Army will evaluate for future use in its communications networks.
Boeing’s and Northrop Grumman’s payloads will be launched to space in 2024 for an on-orbit demonstration.
The U.S. Space Force is finalizing a procurement strategy to buying broadband services from operators of low-orbit satellites.
AFRL will work with Viasat to figure out ways to integrate commercial satcom with government-owned satellites so they all operate as a seamless network.
A survey of military organizations funded by ViaSat reveals that many don’t have access to modern communications technology despite growing availability of commercial satellite services.
SES announced Nov. 30 it was selected by the U.S. Air Force to compete for contracts to be awarded under the Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) program.