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The satellite industry is continually looking for ways to improve the robustness of satellite communications. Under the ARTES programme, ESA has been supporting various approaches to make satellite transmissions less susceptible to interference.
ESA announces a public–private partnership with LuxSpace of Luxembourg and exactEarth of Canada to develop a next-generation SAT-AIS satellite.
The two prize-winners have been announced during a speech by Patrick McLoughlin, UK Secretary of State for Transport.
Sodern has introduced a version of its HYDRA star tracker specifically designed for the telecommunications market.
Two ARTES brochures have been updated and are now online. They are both available for download in PDF format.
Increasingly common on Earth, supercapacitors may soon be finding their way on to telecommunications satellites.
The 9th edition of the ESA Investment Forum will take place on 2 July in Toulouse, France. This year’s edition is hosted by the Toulouse Space Show.
Satellites bring the 2014 World Cup into our homes around the world.
An ESA-supported project is showing how satcoms can help farmers, voters and educators in rural Africa.
ASTRIUM (DE) has had a notable success with its Ku-band Tx/Rx High Power Feed Chain, which was co-funded under ARTES.
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