Technology improves GEO satellite performance

Smith, Hilary
September 2000
RCR Wireless News;9/25/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p106
Trade Publication
Features Virtual Onboard Switching, a satellite technology platform developed by eSat Inc. in Los Angeles, California. Ability to improve the performance of geosynchronous earth orbit satellites; Information on the central management of the system; Plans of marketing the product to international service providers.


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