A bigger Skynet constellation will offer increased bandwidth
Even as the ink dries on the U.K.’s latest military communications satellite contract, Skynet 5D, industry is already corralling its arguments for research and technology funding for a follow-on system, with ambitions to begin work during the 2011-12 period. As well as starting to eye the technology for a future series of satcoms building on the success of Skynet 5, industry is also awaiting keynote government pronouncements on space policy. These could include interest in an ...
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