Jupiter 3, an ultra high density satellite operated by EchoStar company Hughes Network Systems, began undergoing over the air testing with ground systems on Nov. 16, following the deployment of its solar array and antennas and the completion of a readiness test by the space systems business of Maxar Technologies, the spacecraft's manufacturer. Hughes said Thursday the satellite will work to increase the company's broadband capacity over North and South America by 500 Gbps, particularly benefiting plans under the HughesNet satellite internet service.More
Hughes Network Systems VP and GM Rick Lober gives an exclusive look at forthcoming projects at Hughes, such as a new LEO offering, a 5G satellite project and an ongoing interest in software-defined networking.
Digital twins are another ascendent technology making a huge impact on the satellite industry and beyond. If you want to know more from some of the U.S. government's foremost experts on the subject, attend the virtual Digital Twins Forum on Nov. 1. Register here now.More
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