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Iris Bombelyn, a group vice president at Lockheed Martin, says the company is working to attract allied investors for a tactical communications satellite program, Space News reported Monday. Mike Gruss writes Lockheed wants to bring in international partners to fund the construction of a sixth satellite in the U.S. Navy‘s Mobile User Objective System constellation. […] More
Lockheed Martin has completed assembly and integration work on a communications satellite of the U.S. Navy ahead of initial system testing. The fifth Mobile User Objective Systems satellite sits on a Lockheed-built A2100 bus and a system module developed by General Dynamics, Lockheed said Monday. “Compared to our last build, we are approximately 20 percent ahead […] More
Lockheed Martin has turned over to the U.S. Navy a satellite designed to help on-the-move users send communication signals to others following a four-month on-orbit evaluation. The company gave operational control of the second Mobile User Objective System to the Naval Satellite Operations Center along with three ground stations for additional testing prior to a […] More
Lockheed Martin has built a software waveform for a U.S. Navy-run satellite communications system aimed at helping remote and mobile users exchange voice, video and data. The company said it built the commercial waveform to work with the Mobile User Objective System, for which the company is contracted to build five satellites and a ground control […] More
Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin have jointly led an industry team that tested the capacity of a tactical terminal to connect with an Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite managed by the U.S. Air Force. The over-the-air test aimed to demonstrate if the Low Cost Terminal could operate with the Defense Department‘s protected communications network, Northrop said Wednesday. LCT is designed […] More
Lockheed Martin has used a three-dimensional printing system to create a remote interface unit for integration onto a military communications satellite built for the U.S. Air Force. The company said Tuesday it developed the 3D-printed aluminum enclosure to hold avionic circuits on the military branch’s sixth Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite and reduce the amount of time required for the […] More
A team comprised of Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Comtech Telecommunications has integrated and tested a new terminal platform with an engineering model of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency payload. The Lockheed-Northrop-Comtech team developed the Low Cost Terminal in a push to address a demand for terminals that can offer mobile access to the AEHF military satellite communications network’s […] More
Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy have scheduled a Friday launch for the second Mobile User Objective Systems communications satellite at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The MOUS will fly aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on Friday morning to be broadcasted live via webcast, Lockheed Martin said Tuesday. Iris Bombelyn, Lockheed Martin […] More
Lockheed Martin Corp. has handed over to the U.S. Navy its second mobile communications satellite to commence site testing and delivery of the spacecraft to orbit. The Bethesda, Md.-based contractor will install the Mobile User Objective System““2 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket for a July launch, Lockheed said Monday. It transported the […] More
A pair of Harris-made satellite mesh antenna reflectors have deployed onboard a fourth Mobile User Objective System communications satellite that Lockheed Martin has built for the U.S. military. Harris said Wednesday it designed the unfurlable reflector technology for the five-satellite MUOS constellation, run by the U.S. Navy, to deliver up to 16 times more network capacity to […] More
The launch of a new Lockheed Martin-built Mobile User Objective System satellite has been moved to Wednesday due to tropical storm Erika, SpaceFlight Insider reported Monday. Lockheed said Friday MUOS-4 will join the other three satellites in the U.S. Navy“™s communications satellite network that works to provide video, data and voice capabilities for mobile uniformed personnel through an Internet protocol-based platform. […] More
Lockheed Martin has completed system testing on a U.S. Navy communications satellite scheduled for launch in July, the company said Wednesday. The Mobile User Objective System will have five satellites in full operation by 2015 and the first satellite launched Feb. 24. Last week, the company announced it completed a new software waveform for the […] More
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