In the March/April 2017 issue of Government Military Communications Magazine, XTAR President and COO, Philip Harlow discusses XTAR’s exclusive focus on serving government and military users with X-band. Read the interview.

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Company to supply X-band satellite services for the continued testing of the MQ-4C Triton UAS XTAR has announced that it has been selected once again by the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to supply X-band satellite bandwidth for the MQ-4C Triton UAS. The blanket purchase agreement has a ceiling of $9.8 million and consists…

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In today’s military and political environment, Comms-On-The-Move (COTM) is more important than ever before—the ability to maintain solid communications while moving across wide geographical areas is a large determinant of mission success—or failure. In the April edition of MilsatMagazine, XTAR’s Jim Chambers outlines the critical requirements decision makers need to keep in mind when reviewing…

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XTAR has one customer and one customer only: the military or government user. Why is that important? With a lot of talk recently about HTS, we feel it is important to highlight how we are different, especially from the user’s experience. This post is third in a series of four which examines key ways in…

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XTAR has one customer and one customer only: the military or government user. We see this as a strength, not a limitation, as everything we do is designed to ensure success for that end user. With a lot of talk recently about HTS, we wanted to explain how we compare, especially from the user’s experience.…

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XTAR has one customer and one customer only: the military or government user. We see this as a strength, not a limitation, as everything we do is designed to ensure success for that end user. With a lot of talk recently about HTS, we wanted to explain how we compare, especially from the user’s experience.…

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Successful organizations focus on the needs of their customer. This should be true especially when your customer includes the special forces. Communications is a vital piece of equipment, determining mission success or failure. Philip Harlow, President and COO of XTAR, explains the necessity in understanding and meeting the unique communication needs of the special forces…

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XTAR is leading the Navy’s charge to shrink antenna size drastically so that Triton can operate on resilient X-band frequencies. The U.S. Navy’s MQ-4C Triton’s communications payload is built to leverage X-band military frequencies. Read about it in the December issue of Signal Magazine.

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On November 8, coincident with the Global MilSatCom Conference in London, Philip Harlow, President and COO of XTAR, was interviewed by Peter Warren on the radio show PassW0rd where they discussed contested space, militarization of satellites and orbital debris. You can listen to the interview here where Philip Harlow discusses the many types of risks…

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In the latest issue of Global Military Communications Magazine Philip Harlow, President and COO of XTAR, explains how the military network requirements have changed in recent years in the face of increasingly hostile threats, and what this means for commercial satcom entities. Read the article.

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