Software Defined Radios (SDRs) for space and satellite applications

Software Defined Radios (SDRs) can improve satellite communications and related processes. View an overview of models on the market here.

Deployable antennas: the skills needed to go from design to space – with Oxford Space Systems

A discussion with Oxford Space Systems team on how deployable antennas are designed, manufactured, and delivered for satellites.

Spotlight: accelerating space data processing to improve sustainability – with Cloudflight

An overview of the benefits that advanced space data processing capabilities can bring to a variety of missions and services.

High-power, deployable solar arrays for CubeSats – with DcubeD

A discussion with Deployables Cubed (DcubeD) about innovation in high-power solar arrays, and the benefits they can bring to CubeSats.

Spotlight: how to reduce power consumption in space electronics – with Texas Instruments

Discover how to optimize your system in order to reduce power consumption in space electronics – a spotlight article with Texas Instruments.

NewSpace, spacecraft architectures, and software-defined satellites – with ReOrbit

A podcast on innovation in satellite missions and the NewSpace sector, with Ignacio Chechile, Chief Technology Officer of ReOrbit.

De-orbiting technologies for satellites: active and passive end-of-life systems on the global market

An overview of de-orbiting technologies for satellites on the global marketplace for space.

Automating satellite operations to enable responsive and efficient space missions

A live demonstration of MiRAGE, AIKO’s satellite automation software package.

The modern space supply chain – with Pixxel

A discussion about the modern space supply chain with advice for suppliers around the world.

Machine learning in space – with KP Labs

A podcast on approaches to using artificial intelligence to run smarter satellite missions, with satsearch member KP Labs.

Ka-band transceivers, transmitters, and receivers for satellites

An overview of ka-band transceivers, transmitters, and receivers for satellites on the global marketplace for space.

The evolution of commercial human spaceflight – with Epsilon3

A discussion about human spaceflight – the drivers, demand, concepts, and outlook for the future – with Laura Crabtree, CEO of Epsilon3.

Spotlight: on-board data processing for next-generation satellites – with Unibap

Discover how on-board data processing (OBDP) is evolving to meet demands for faster, higher-volume collection & analysis, with Unibap AB.

Improving optical performance in NewSpace missions using black coatings – with ACM Coatings of Acktar

A discussion on how black optical coatings can be used to suppress stray light, and reduce noise and reflections in space hardware.

A guide to NewSpace microsatellites – exploring 100-400 kg class platforms

A webinar on the opportunities that 100-400 kg buses and platforms for microsatellites can bring, with speakers from 4 expert manufacturers.

Spotlight: Space Enhanced Plastic products for NewSpace – with Texas Instruments

Discover how TI’s space enhanced plastic (Space EP) products can be used in commercial low Earth orbit (LEO) applications or missions with shorter lifetime requirements.

Spotlight: the applications of deployables – with DcubeD

Deployable sub-systems and components play vital roles in satellite missions and on other spacecraft. This article discusses different applications of deployables.

Reducing errors in space missions using software-based routines

Discover how to improve space missions with Epsilon3’s advanced procedure-tracking, and intelligent error checking and automation in footage from a live satsearch demo.

Spotlight: control moment gyroscopes (CMGs) for small satellites – with Veoware Space

Agile satellites bring new benefits and capabilities to operators. This article discusses enhancing satellite maneuverability using control moment gyroscopes (CMGs).

Global space industry: 2021 highlights and 2022 trends

An overview of some of the trends we’ve been following in 2021, and thoughts on how the industry might progress in 2022.