If I asked you today what optimal spacing is, you would probably say, ‘at least 6 feet’. But when this blog was originally conceived, we were not yet social distancing.

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The human brain has a need to categorize. Learn about a new company, person or concept and chances are, you will attempt to place it into a category in your mind where you think it belongs. (Is it a bird? Is it a plane?) Perhaps it is the best way that we organize our thoughts…

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Having the right Comms-On-The-Move (COTM) is vital in today’s military and political environment. Communications must support movement across geographical areas while encountering a wide variety of conditions and scenarios.

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As I sit in line at the car safety inspection station on the 30th of the month along with 12-15 of my closest friends all in line in front of me, I ask myself, “why do I need to be here?” My car is not (that) old and I’m (fairly) sure it’s safe. But I…

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As satellite operators work to show the benefits of their respective frequency bands, one point of contention comes up again and again; performance in bad weather.

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When my old model iPhone started to have battery issues, I knew the time was coming to switch to a better option. While I wasn’t particularly happy about the money I’d need to spend, I couldn’t do without a phone, either. I needed to switch quickly and relatively painlessly. Like most people, I use my…

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When you first encounter a company, one of your initial questions (after what do they do?) is most likely how big are they? Indeed companies are often evaluated not solely by their performance, but by their size.

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Nearly all of us have a veteran in our family or circle of friends – we all know someone. Through flags or poppies, flowers or photographs – how many veterans will you be honoring this week?

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The time for battle is approaching. Timing is crucial; if ground is to be gained, strategy must be able to quickly change where necessary. Communication is critical. As the commander looks to the sky, he sees rain is coming – success now looks doubtful as his message may not get through. The year is 1864…

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HTS is in the news a lot lately. But as we’ve highlighted in previous posts, it faces several challenges in military applications. In this series, we have outlined ways in which X-band compares to HTS for a military or government user. XTAR is the tried and trusted solution and naturally suited for the military but…

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