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Boeing is showing a model of the company’s all-electric propulsion 702SP satellite Monday through Thursday at the Satellite 2014 Conference & Exhibition in Washington The company’s booth 6009 will also feature the 502 Phoenix, a commercial version of Phantom Works’ Phantom Phoenix prototype introduced last year, the company announced Friday. Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager […] More
Boeing has received initial signals from its global positioning system satellite from space following the spacecraft“™s Thursday launch. The GPS IIF 5 satellite was launched into space aboard  a United Launch Alliance Delta IV rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., and transmitted signals after more than three hours, Boeing said Friday. The spacecraft has […] More
Boeing“™s tracking and data relay satellite has transmitted its first signals from space after its launch on Jan. 23. The TDRS-L is the fifth satellite that Boeing built for various NASA operations involving the International Space Station, researches on the Earth’s climate and deep space study using the Hubble Telescope, Boeing said Thursday. Craig Cooning, […] More
Boeing has transmitted a protected government signal through a military satellite by using new anti-jamming technology for a demonstration. The signal traveled through the company’s sixth Wideband Global SATCOM satellite with ViaSat“™s anti-jamming commercial modem during the test on Dec. 15, Boeing said Monday. “This technology boosts the ability of warfighters to send protected information without enemy […] More
Boeing Co. has finished the first of two high power satellites for Mexico“™s communications system. The Centenario geomobile satellite is built to enhance Mexico“™s Mexsat social communications for public, military, civil and humanitarian needs, Boeing said Tuesday. Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager of Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems and CEO of Boeing Satellite […] More
The U.S. Air Force has assumed operational control of a sixth Boeing-made wideband satellite designed to facilitate military communications for the U.S. and its allies. Australia funded the latest satellite to enter service under the Wideband Global SATCOM program, Boeing said Thursday. Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager of Boeing’s space and intelligence systems […] More
Boeing has launched the first of four satellites in a constellation designed to provide high-speed mobile broadband service for the public and private sector. The first Inmarsat-5 satellite launch aboard a Baikonur Cosmodrome-built International Launch Services Proton Breeze M rocket in Kazakhstan, Boeing announced Monday. A successor of Boeing’s 702 product line, the Inmarsat-5 satellite […] More
Boeing has completed a system life tests on the first of three satellites the company is building for Inmarsat as part of a worldwide broadband service, with one satellite scheduled to launch later this year. Inmarsat-5 was subjected to an environment designed to simulate conditions in space during the spacecraft thermal vacuum test, Boeing said Tuesday. […] More
Boeing has tested the capabilities of a commercial satellite to securely transmit a government signal as part of U.S. Air Force research that aims to find cost-effective alternatives for protected communications pathways. A goal of the demonstration held in July was to show how the Pentagon can incorporate an anti-jam bandwidth to protect tactical information transferred […] More
Boeing intends to continue building GPS systems that it hopes will support future satellite-based navigation, positioning and timing services to the U.S. government, Space News reported Friday. Mike Gruss writes Boeing holds a prime position on the U.S. Air Force‘s GPS 2F satellite program and is one of three contractors selected to explore small satellites. […] More
A Boeing GPS satellite has started operating on the U.S. Air Force“™s network, which works to provide users navigation and timing details. The Boeing GPS IIF SVN-66 joins a network of 31 satellites and is the fourth satellite for the Air Force’s GPS network, Boeing said Tuesday. Craig Cooning, Boeing vice president and general manager […] More
The Air Force accepted control of the fourth Boeing Co.-built wideband global satellite communications satellite Wednesday, the company announced Thursday.  After several on-orbit tests, the Air Force assumed control of the WGS military communications satellite, which was launched Jan. 19. Boeing said the spacecraft is the first in the program’s upgraded block II series and […] More
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