Focusing on the entire range of launch vehicles, satellite manufacturers, and ground infrastructure this segment covers the CAPEX-side of the satellite industry. Giving context and perspective to both the established markets, and emerging technologies dig beneath the hype to discover what are really the ‘next big things’ for satellite markets.
NSR’s Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Services, 8th Edition report provides must-have information for the backbone of the satellite industry.more details
In this industry-first study, NSR examines the respective benefits and drawbacks of V-band, the frequency band just above Ka-band, and one which is expected to become increasingly relevant for satellite operators, whether in GEO, MEO or LEO, over the course of the next decade and beyond.more details
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