Sorry I should have included the introduction to the paper which was published on 13th May 2016 and is on the White Paper section:
In recent years, the demand for satellite communications has significantly increased. The use of Ka-band frequencies provides dramatic increases in capacity for satellite operators, whilst simultaneously driving down bandwidth costs, resulting in a high growth market.
Despite a compelling range of benefits, one misconceived objection sometimes raised is… Read More
Having worked most of my life in the satellite industry, the white paper is very well laid out, pitching to all levels with information and ultimately one of the better ones I have read in recent times. Well done the writer.
Nothing in the paper is smoke and mirrors at all - If I we're a non-satellite stake holder worried of these issues, this paper would certainly give me confidence.
That is interesting bit of news. One problem I have with my SKY TV service is loss of picture when we get a bad storm or very heavy rain. Looks like sp has hit a trading range between support and resistance levels but signs are that it is going to start picking up. Noticed buys exceed sells by at least 2 to 1 over last few days. Surprised it is still holding down below 90p.
Last year there was quite a lot of debate on various BBs about the vulnerability of satellite based communications to rain fade. AVN has recently published a "White Paper" showing how with the latest techniques this is not an issue with Ka band and what they have on offer. This is clearly important not least to UK broadband users if the weather last Saturday is anything by which to judge... if it didn't fade then it never will. Drowning might be more of a risk… Read More
Thank you fuzzlightbeer - my rule of what makes the world go round - Money, Power, Sex (Sex as a commodity) applies here then. In this case, Power to manipulate for money so no change there then!! Why do the BOD let this happen? I am down around 80%, I suppose there has to be a bad apple in the small investment trading I do, I just didn't want to right this off just yet.
hazeleyes. The short answer is no. We are told the share price is a mid price between the bid and the offer prices. Well sometimes it is, sometimes it is not it all depends on where the market makers pitch the price ( for whatever reason ). We are told the market follows the rules of supply and demand well it does sometimes except when those who can and do control the price decide differently. We are told the market closes at 4.30 well it does sometimes but then there are occasions, frequently… Read More
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