Lockheed Martin and Harris Corporation have signed a $243 million contract that will see Harris provide fully digital navigation signals for Lockheed satellites.
Harris Corporation has announced that it has just produced its 100th unfurlable satellite mesh reflector.
Iridium Communications has successfully completed the commercial launch of its Iridium Certus broadband services.
CSIRO will maintain and provide operational support for the European Space Agency (ESA) in WA.
Construction has begun on the Defence Satellite Ground Station at Kapooka.
Remote government workers are benefiting from improved voice and data communications thanks to new satellite comms equipment.
A telecommunications tower has been moved to make space for a future METRONET station precinct at Ellenbrook.
A national trial of world-first satellite positioning technology has been launched by the Australian Government.
Speedcast has been awarded a contract to supply mission-critical remote communication services for Australia's Antarctic research stations.
One of the most sophisticated satellites in the world has been secured by the CSIRO.
NASA's TDRS space communications network has been completed with the launch of the sixth Boeing-built satellite.
Construction of a new $233 million satellite ground station for the Department of Defence will commence this later year.
The federal government is providing 765 mobile towers to improve mobile phone coverage for rural and remote Australia.
The Interim Satellite Service (ISS) will be shutting down on 28 February, meaning that homes and businesses on this service need to switch to an alternative nbn network.
Boeing has upgraded the digital payload for its eighth wideband global SATCOM (WGS) satellite, providing almost double the bandwidth for military users.