Galileo satellite deal signed

Following agreement with prime contractor OHB-System, Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) has started manufacture of eight navigation payloads for Galileo, Europe’s global navigation satellite system. The contract, worth approximately €140million, it is a continuation of an existing partnership between the companies, who have built 22 satellites for the Galileo Constellation.

  • Deal signed for eight more Galileo satellites

    Following agreement with prime contractor OHB-System, Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) has started manufacture of eight navigation payloads for Galileo, Europe’s global navigation satellite system. The contract, worth approximately €140million, it is a ... Read More
  • Solution to shrink digital data storage

    A way to store digital data in half the space has been found by chemists at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU).

    To reduce storage space, engineers have traditionally used existing technology but made it smaller. The CWRU researchers, however, ...
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  • Zigbee enhancement supports dual band operation

    Zigbee PRO 2017, the latest addition to the Zigbee Alliance’s technology portfolio, is said to be the first mesh network capable of operating in two ISM frequency bands simultaneously: 800 to 900MHz for regional requirements; and 2.4GHz for global acceptance. ... Read More
  • NXP extends Cortex-M0+ MCU portfolio

    NXP has launched the LPC84x family of microcontrollers in a move targeted at meeting demand for cost and power efficient devices. “We’re extremely excited to be ramping the LPC84x family into production together with our broad base of customers,” said Geoff ... Read More





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