News

Phasor Set to Join Inflight Connectivity Leaders at Global Connected Aircraft Summit

  • June 02nd, 2016
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Antenna developer to deliver insight into its revolutionary technology and its impact on the aero connectivity market

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Phasor Participates in GVF HTS Roundtable

  • May 19th, 2016
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Next week, the satellite industry will converge on Washington D.C. for the GVF High Throughput Satellite (HTS) Roundtable, where leading industry experts will examine how interests from each link of the value chain are adapting strategies to take the HTS business forward.

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Broadening Horizons with Breakthrough Technology

Almost a year ago, the SME Instrument of the European Commission recognised that Phasor was developing a unique, game-changing technology. It awarded the Company a prestigious €2million grant through its Horizon 2020 program. A year down the line and Phasor has made excellent progress and can now report that, after completion of its second development milestone, the team is halfway to commercial launch of its exceptional technology slated for the second half of 2017.

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Harris Caprock & Phasor Partnership

  • March 15th, 2016
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Phasor announced today a partnership with Harris CapRock Communications to develop an electronically steerable antenna terminal. The companies will co-develop a maritime terminal based on Phasor’s ESA technology that will support high throughput (HTS) Ku-band satellite communications to be included as part of Harris CapRock’s managed services offering. This terminal will be ideal for high mobility and higher bandwidth applications, such as those found in the cruise market.

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Satellite Show 2016

Phasor will be at Satellite Show 2016!
7th-10th March 2016, Gaylord National Convention Center, National Harbor, MD, USA.
Come and visit us at our Booth #1836.

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ViaSatellite Article - Small Sats

SmallSats: Change Agents from the Ground Up
SmallSats are spurring innovation across the industry including on the ground segment, which will ultimately influence all operators, regardless of size.
By Caleb Henry

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