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If you look at the global communication satellite scenario, it has gone up to 6 to 6.
30 days after launching in space, the communication satellite will be ready to broadcast.
The new communication satellites, which will be branded as NigComSat-2 and NigComSat-3, will be developed at a price of $701 million.
The PSLV-C17 (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) vehicle and GSAT-12 Communication Satellite are at Sriharikota.
Bird (n) A communication satellite in geosynchronous orbit.
Seidu Onailo Mohammed, Director-General of National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has announced that communication satellite, comprising Satellite Television, Satellite radio and broadband, is fetching a significant amount for the Nigerian economy by earning around $90 billion in 2011 alone.
The Advanced EHF system is the follow-on to the DoD's Milstar highly secure communication satellite program.
Last year, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, TRW Space and Electronics, and Boeing Satellite Systems formed a National Team to develop the Advanced EHF system, the follow-on to the DoD's Milstar highly secure communication satellite program.
Beyond Milstar, Boeing Satellite Systems joined with Lockheed Martin and TRW in May 2000 to form the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (Advanced EHF) National Team to build the follow-on to the DoD's Milstar highly secure communication satellite program.
The Advanced EHF Program is the follow-on to the DoD's Milstar highly secure communication satellite program, which currently has two Milstar I spacecraft in orbit.
was recently awarded a $700,000 contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, to perform a concept study for the Navy's next generation communication satellite system.
BUSINESS WIRE)--April 30, 1998--Aeroflex Incorporated (NYSE Symbol:ARX), announced today that its subsidiary, Aeroflex Lintek, has been awarded a contract valued at approximately $10 million from Hughes Space and Communications for next generation communication satellite test equipment.
Orbital's highly successful communication satellites are based on the company's STAR platform that provides up to 7.
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