From mass-market consumer broadband applications to aeronautical and maritime mobility, the Satellite Communications research practice covers the range of satellite communications verticals. With in-depth coverage of the core growth-drivers of the sector, these reports provide a detailed view on the core-driver of revenues for commercial satellite communications operators and service providers.
Built on 10+ years of in-house financial research, innovation in building unique metrics and cross-analyzing trends in the satcom industry, NSR’s Satellite Industry Financial Analysis, 9th Edition (SIFA9) is the leading industry resource for analyzing financial performance across the dynamic satcom market.more details
NSR’s U.S. C-Band Repurposing for 5G: Impacts and Analysis report is the most comprehensive and complete analysis for the U.S. C-Band Spectrum repurposing process.more details
NSR’s Satellite Constellations: A Critical Assessment, 2nd Edition is the industry’s leading resource for evaluating viability of emerging satellite constellations.more details
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