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Kymeta and Airbus Bring Hybrid Connectivity to Peru

Testing a system to provide both cellular and satellite connectivity, Kymeta is demonstrating its hybrid connectivity platform in Peru. Buses operated by an interprovincial bus line have been outfitted with Kymeta satellite terminals that accessed satellite capacity and cellular coverage, enabling the buses to remain connected across a 742 km route through Peru.


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Military Satellite Terminals RF Technology Trends and Outlook

Software defined radio architecture, radio-satellite-network integration as well as enabling un-interrupted and secured communications operations down to the tactical edge in a congested and contested spectrum environment will drive spending on military communications systems. Strategy Analytics forecasts spending on global military communications systems and services will grow to over $36.7 billion in 2026, representing a CAGR of 3.5%.


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UMS GaN Ready to Fly into Space

United Monolithic Semiconductors (UMS) and TesatSpacecom GmbH & Co. KG (TESAT) have developed and manufactured hermetically packaged GaN microwave power transistor devices for the European Space Agency’s Biomass satellite.

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