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  • Espresso wins EMMA Education Award

    Espresso wins EMMA Education Award

  • Overview of Projects for November

    November 2003 saw the publication of thirteen project pages on the ESA Telecom website covering a wide variety of satcom activities.

  • Final Presentation on Conditional Access Systems

    On 8 January 2004, a presentation will be given on the results of the study mandated by ESA Telecom and carried out by Octalis on 'Next Generation Conditional Access Systems for Satellite Broadcasting'.

  • Some documents currently unavailable

    Due to some work on the current authentication structure of the documentation on the website, password secured documents are currently not available.

  • ESA-Industry team receives IEEE award

    The Jack Neubauer Memorial Award for the best systems paper published in the IEEE "Transactions on Vehicular Technology" journal has been given to a joint ESA-industry team. The award ceremony took place at the annual IEEE Vehicular Technology Systems Conference.

  • ESA Telecom starts first project with Greece

    The Greek company ATTISAT has just begun a new project funded by ESA Telecom, making this the first project begun by a Greek company. In October, the design review took place and specifications for the project are being reviewed.

  • DVB-S2 standard to be presented

    A Tutorial Presentation on the new DVB-S2 standard for satellite broadband communications will be given at ESTEC on December 8. The new standard brings several improvements as well as many new features when compared to the previous version.

  • ESA Telecom highlights security issues

    To make the role of ESA clearer to industry and to raise awareness among the user community on issues related to IP security, ESA Telecom has added a highlights page to User Segment.

  • IP Networking over Satellite Workshop - Presentations now available

    Presentations from the just completed IP Networking over Satellite Workshop are now available on-line. Each of the fourteen presentations given can be downloaded for your reference.

  • SAGAN debuts at Applications Workshop

    Running applications on the web has become easier. A new software project which aims to help ESA Telecom users to reserve and monitor their required bandwidth via web has entered its validation phase. The project, called SAGAN, made its first appearance on September 23 at the ESA Telecom Applications Workshop.