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The official radio program of the GovSat Report, an online publication and forum for federal decision makers and members of the satellite industry to share best practices, discuss the trends and challenges impacting the government today and read about the latest advances in the commercial satellite industry.

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On this episode of the GovSat Report Radio, we revisit a government satellite program that we've discussed once before on the program – the Federal Aviation Administration's Wide Area Augmentation System, or WAAS for short.... more

The Government Satellite Report Radio explores the GOLD program, a hosted payload program that is being developed and operated by an interesting mix of organizations – including NASA, the University of Colorado's Laboratory... more

The SES satellite that will play host to a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) WAAS payload will be launching soon. In anticipation of that launch, we're sitting down with the federal government SATCOM experts at commercial satellite... more

The Air Force recently announced that they're continuing with the Commercial Integration Cell (CIC) within the Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) following what they're touting as a successful pilot program. To learn more about the pilot... more

O3b is one of the hottest satellite service providers thanks in large part to their ability to deliver fiber-like bandwidth and throughputs to end users, and the super low latency that their MEO satellite constellations can enable. Joining us on... more

Jeff Rowlison, the Vice President of Government Affairs at SES GS, joins the program to discuss the role of commercial satellite communications within the military, the current way the miltary acquires these services and how - he feels -... more

The team of experts that were instrumental to the implementation of the very first U.S. Air Force Hosted Payload on board a commercial spacecraft famously known as CHIRP - or the Commercially Hosted Infrared Payload - join the program... more

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