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The Evolution & History of Radio Wave Technology [Infographic]

Posted by Bliley Technologies on Oct 25, 2017 6:30:00 AM

So much of what defines our modern lives is made possible through radio wave technology, which has changed the world in ways the first researchers could never have anticipated. But where did anyone get the idea that radio waves existed in the first place, and that they could be harnessed for wireless communication? It’s a fascinating story that continues to unfold to this day. Let’s go back to the beginning to understand how this technology has evolved.

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Topics: RF, satcom, wireless

How to Prevent Rain Fade in Satellite Communications

Posted by Bliley Technologies on Oct 3, 2017 6:30:00 AM

Hurricane season 2017 has been one for the books. This year, North America has experienced some of the biggest and strongest hurricanes EVER in recorded history. Harvey, Irma, and Maria struck back, to back, to back, causing some of the worst destruction the world has ever seen. One thing many of us probably look over during a hurricane is its impact on satellite communications. Environmental factors, such as precipitation from hurricanes, can lead to a challenging phenomenon known as rain fade

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Topics: satcom

How Does Satellite Communication Work From Space?

Posted by Rob Rutkowski on Sep 28, 2017 7:48:00 AM

The international space station (ISS) is traveling in orbit around our earth at about 217 Miles (350 km) above earth’s surface. That’s equal to about 1,148,294 feet (yes, over 1 MILLION feet) or 350,000 meters above you. Those are some crazy heights! The ISS and other satellite communication devices must be able to cover a ton of earth’s surface from there, right?

Maybe. Maybe not. Let’s explore...

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Topics: satellite constellations,, satellite, satcom, COTM, RF

The Space Industry is Shifting to Small, Low-Cost Constellation Satellites

Posted by Bliley Technologies on Jun 6, 2017 6:30:00 AM

The age of space exploration and exploitation is about to enter an exciting new chapter. Once the sole domain of superpower government agencies, there are now over 800 private companies operating in space, as well as many more governments around the world. Innovations in launch technology have made it cheaper than ever to send payloads into orbit, and more parties are active in space than ever before. It’s led to significant changes in the space industry. One of the most important changes is the increased use of smaller constellation satellites.

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Topics: satcom

Meet Atul and Darshan: Skyrocketing Bliley’s focus on New Space Initiatives

Posted by Rob Rutkowski on Jun 1, 2017 8:18:00 AM

If you’ve been following our blog, we recently announced the exciting hiring of both Atul Dhuria and Darshan Shah. Both have already been putting their noses to the grindstone and bringing new and innovative ideas to the company. More specifically, ideas around the future development of Satellite Communication and Commercial Space within Bliley and our products.

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Topics: satcom

Bliley’s New Director of Business Development to Focus on Growth of Commercial Space Business.

Posted by Bliley Technologies on May 16, 2017 7:32:00 AM


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Topics: satcom, aerospace, Leadership, Press Release

Bliley’s New Sr. Director of BD to focus growth within the Satellite Communications on the Move.

Posted by Bliley Technologies on Apr 26, 2017 7:32:00 AM


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Topics: Leadership, Press Release, satcom

Top 4 Sources of Microvibration on Spacecrafts (Plus Free Checklist)

Posted by Rob Rutkowski on Apr 6, 2017 7:32:00 AM

Spacecrafts must be designed to have very precise functionality when it comes to making the long journey to earth’s orbit and even beyond. Even simple vibrations can interfere with the spacecraft’s functionality during pre-launch transportation and powered flight.  In both cases, the spacecraft itself isn’t even being powered.

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Topics: phase noise, satcom, RF Engineering

Press Release: Bliley Introduces Iris - LEO Satellite OCXO

Posted by Tommy Reed on Apr 4, 2017 11:00:00 AM

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Topics: Press Release, OCXO, satcom

RF Engineers Are Bringing the Internet to the World

Posted by Rob Rutkowski on Apr 4, 2017 6:30:00 AM

More people are online than ever before. At the turn of the century, there were only around 500 million internet users in the whole world. As of 2015, 3.2 billion people had access to the internet according to an estimate by the International Telecommunications Union. Here's a graph to put that into persective. Almost increasing exponentially

In spite of all this incredible progress, more work needs to be done. Today around 4 billion people still lack access to the web, according to a report by the World Economic Forum. Even in developed countries like the United States, there are still some 55 million people that don’t have access to broadband internet.

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Topics: RF Engineering, satcom

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