Tag Archives HTS

Intelsat EpicNG: First Global Ku-Band HTS Platform Provides Government Customers with Unprecedented Performance, Resiliency, Reliability and Efficiency

Government customers require reliable and resilient satcom wherever missions take them. With the successful launch of Horizons 3e, the Intelsat EpicNG global high-throughput satellite (HTS)…

HTS and Flat-panel Antennas Opening New Government Mobility Applications

Advances in flat-panel antenna technology combined with high-throughput satellites (HTS) are opening up new mobility applications for government users. As we wrote in an earlier…

Commercial Innovations Heighten Satellite Communications

Ku-band vs. Ka-band – Separating Fact from Fiction

The launch of next-generation high-throughput satellite (HTS) constellations by multiple commercial operators has ushered in a new age of performance in satellite communications. It has…

Marine Corps Embraces High-Throughput Satellites to Complete Military Operations

Communications have always played a vital role in U.S. Marine Corps operations, but that role has grown increasingly important as technology has evolved. Today’s high-throughput…

Why Ku-band HTS is Superior for AISR

The commercial space industry is experiencing a new era in satellite performance. Over the past few years, multiple commercial satellite operators have deployed and activated…

Improving Space Resiliency with Commercial Satellites

Leaders of government and military agencies increasingly acknowledge that space is a contested domain with operations requiring a greater need for resiliency. In order for…

Talking UAS Market Trends with NSR Analyst Gagan Agrawal

Earlier this year the consulting firm Northern Sky Research released the fourth edition of its Unmanned Aircraft Systems Satcom and Imaging Markets report. This report…

A Clear Path Forward for Military Organizations to Leverage HTS

In the past year, Intelsat has proven the capabilities of its new constellation of Intelsat EpicNG high-throughput satellites (HTS) and recently put into service its…

Sixty Years of Technology in Space – What’s Changed?

Sixty years ago, the United States successfully launched the nation’s first satellite into space. The satellite, Explorer 1, was tiny by today’s standards: 80 inches…

Intelsat General and General Atomics Demonstrate HTS Beam Switching Capabilities

As unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are used more widely for military and civil missions, the UAS communications infrastructure must keep up with the technological advances…

Intelsat General Successfully Tests Satellite Tech with UAS

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