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.
NSR’s Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 4th Edition (Q1, 2018) offers the industry’s most detailed analysis of capacity pricing, evolution of price in various verticals, and the future state of the market.more details
NSR’s China Satcom Markets (CSM) draws from NSR’s extensive databases and over 17+ years of satellite industry data, China Satellite Markets quantifies the dramatic changes taking place in the China satellite industry both now and over the next decade. NSR’s CSM offers the industry’s most complete, holistic analysis of the Chinese space and satellite telecom market.more details
NSR’s In-Orbit Servicing Markets (IoSM) is a must-have report for emerging in-orbit service providers estimating their market potential, satellite manufacturers gauging the impact of this new capability, and satellite operators seeking to understand novel options in fleet management.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
Expanding upon the previous edition, NSR’s Polar Satellite Markets, 2nd Edition takes an in-depth look at the opportunities that new innovations in the industry offer, such as LEO-HTS constellations, putting Arctic and Antarctic connectivity back on the map.more details
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