Orbit articles and white papers


January 17, 2018

New-Tech: EO with Smaller Satellites and Ground Stations

The smaller the satellite, the less the performance it delivers. To benefit from the data captured by smallsats, a quick and reliable communications link must be established between the fast-moving satellites and the satellite-tracking ground stations on Earth.

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September 13, 2017

SatNews: EO via Smallsats – Major Moves

The Earth is constantly being monitored, analyzed and measured by government agencies, defense forces and the private sector. From weather forecasting to disaster control and oil & gas exploration, EO data is vital to a host of applications that profoundly affect our lives.

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April 12, 2017

MilSatMagazine: The Future of Airborne Intercommunication

Airborne audio inter-communication systems are an integral and mission-critical avionic component for aircraft flight safety and crew survivability — this is true for all manned aircraft categories including trainer and combat jets, helicopters, business jets, commercial airliners, transporters, tankers and special mission aircraft.

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March 22, 2017

ILTV Daily: Stay Connected Anywhere in the World

CEO Eitan Livneh discusses how Orbit enables people to stay connected anywhere in the world.

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May 5, 2016

SatMagazine: Spaceflight Provides New Opportunities for EO

New opportunities for Earth Observation have the potential to affect many aspects of our lives, with applications ranging from weather monitoring to disaster control, space research, oil & gas exploration and defense intelligence.

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April 4, 2016

SatMagazine: Challenges of Satellite Communication at Sea

Satellite communications have earned their rightful place in the arsenal of communication solutions for a truly connected world.

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January 31, 2016

White Paper: The Future of Airborne Intercommunication – Dual IP Ring with 3D Audio

Airborne audio inter-communication systems are an integral and mission critical avionic component for aircraft flight safety and crew survivability. The Dual IP Ring, a patented topology for airborne inter-communication developed by Orbit, provides significant benefits over star topologies.

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