The United States Space Force Commercial Satellite Communications Office is seeking information for potential sources for providing managed service High Throughput Satellite capacity and broadband services, gateway services, and monitoring and control of services), satellite terminals, field service representative support, training, and terrestrial backhaul. - Please review attachment Product Service Code:- DG11 - IT AND TELECOM - NETWORK: TELECOM
SUBJECT: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS TO THE REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) 70Z079-20- RFI-2121791PT1099 FOR “V7-HIGH THROUGHPUT SATELLITE (HTS) COMMERCIAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (COMSATCOM)” Note: The RFI deadline for submissions has been EXTENDED until 3:00PM Eastern Time, 26 June 2020. Question 1: Is this contract a re-compete? If so which vendor is the incumbent and what is the contract number?
As outlined in the JNA, the current SDN program's technology insertion roadmaps include eventually replacing these terminals via the Capital Equipment Replacement Program (CERP) with the Next Generation satellite terminals supporting increased High Throughput Satellites (HTS), flat panel versus parabolic technologies, increased advancements in automatic satellite acquisition and tracking capabilities, and supporting HTS low-earth orbit (LEO) and medium
Bid #02WH014-22 - Command 400 Communication Satellite Bid contact:Please log in to view Bid contact informationIssuing agency:Hamilton County, OHSee other Bids by this agencyBid Comments: Prices must be good for one year FOB Destination As a governmental body we are tax exempt. Vendor will indicate purchase order on all invoices submitted for payment.
VSAT HIGH CAPACITY SATELLITE BACKUP COMMUNICATION Solicitation ID/Procurement Identifier: DOCST133017CQ0049 Ultimate Completion Date: Wed Sep 25 17:00:00 GMT 2024
DIGITALLY COMPRESSED SATELLITE SERVICES FOR DOJ Solicitation ID/Procurement Identifier: 47QTCA18A0001 Ultimate Completion Date: Wed Jun 28 17:00:00 GMT 2023
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The innovation is an antenna design that enables large amounts of data to be sent and received at a high data rate. The HDRSC hardware implementation employs the latest cutting edge silicon technologies to calculate the time delay between signals of spatially disparate antennas. After first converting the incoming signals to the digital domain, the unit determines the time difference between the antenna arrivals.
THE TECHNOLOGY: Innovators at NASA's Glenn Research Center have developed a technique using reversible non-linear amplitude compression to overcome hardware limitations of common high-speed data acquisition systems. The NASA Glenn technique measures electronic signals with high dynamic range, wide bandwidth, and high frequency.