Newtec achieves flawless communication with Telesat’s first LEO satellite

NSR quoted in SatelliteProMe.Com article – According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), wholesale operator revenue from non-geostationary constellations, such as Telesat LEO, is expected to post a compound annual growth rate of over 40% during the next decade. The benefits of non-geostationary satellites include very high-throughput, service reliability, cost-effectiveness, low latency and overall superior broadband performance.

Over the Brink: Flat Panel Antenna Technology Will Take Over the Land Mobility Market

NSR quoted in iDirect’s Satellite Connection article. Flat panel antenna technology has recently come to the forefront as the leading solution for the land mobility market due to its low-profile form factor, making it easier to install. In fact, recent statistics from Northern Sky Research’s (NSR) Flat Panel Satellite Antennas, 3rd Edition report, forecasts flat.

Newtec’s Modems are the First to be Successfully Tested on Telesat’s LEO Satellite

NSR quoted in SatNews Daily – According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), wholesale operator revenue from non-geostationary constellations, such as Telesat LEO, is expected to post a compound annual growth rate of over 40% during the next decade. The benefits of non-geostationary satellites include very high-throughput, service reliability, cost-effectiveness, low latency and overall superior broadband performance.

The ROI Challenge of IoT Smallsats

Smallsats for IoT are making noise in the press, with just this past week an announcement by a Luxembourg-based consortium for yet another smallsat IoT constellation. Myriota also raised another $15 million earlier this year, and many more similar announcements have been made. While “everything will be Internet connected and terrestrial only covers 10% of.