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Satellite Communications

Satellite Communications

Operators of communication satellites lease satellite capacity to satellite broadcasting companies, making the provision of these services possible. For example, DISH Network accounted for nearly a third of Hughes Network’s total revenue in 2015. Satellite communications also include two-way data, voice, and video connections. Revenues for the satellite communications segment in 2015 were $##, ##% higher than in 2014.


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Year: 2014
Satellite communications segment revenues for 2014 rose slightly to $## billion, ##% higher than the $## billion in revenue for 2013. Although broadcasts from satellites are a form of satellite communications, for the purposes of this report satellite communications are two-way transmission links...
Year: 2013
Estimated 2013 revenue for the satellite communications segment reached $## billion, #% higher than the $## billion identified in 2012. The market is composed of satellite operators, which own satellites and lease the transmission capacity of these satellites to private and government clients in...
Year: 2012
The 2012 revenue for the satellite communications sector is estimated at $## billion, #% higher than the 2011 figure of $## billion. The market is composed of satellite operators, which lease out the transmission capacity of their satellites to private and government clients in need of transmission...
Year: 2011
Estimated 2011 revenue for satellite communications reached $## billion, #% higher than the $## billion for 2010. The satellite communications segment includes both fixed satellite services and mobile satellite services. FSS refers to the delivery of satellite communications to stationary ground...
Year: 2010
The satellite services sector, which includes fixed and mobile satellite services, registered $## billion in 2010 revenue, up from $## billion in 2009. Both types of services communicate information in video, voice, and data formats. Fixed satellite services (FSS) refer to the delivery of satellite...
Year: 2009
Communication services cover a broad range of applications such as DTH television, fixed and mobile satellite services, and satellite radio. In 2009, communications accounted for ##% of commercial satellite services revenue.
Year: 2008
The key components of FSS revenues are video distribution and data communications, which include both private enterprise networks using VSATs and consumer broadband access. VSAT networks use FSS capacity, and the revenues from those services are captured in the FSS section. VSAT operators also...
Year: 2007
Communications satellite services are comprised of fixed satellite services, mobile satellite services, satellite radio, television services, and data communications. DTH television is the largest segment of communications satellite services with ##% of total communications satellite revenue.
Year: 2005
SIA’s Satellite Industry Survey does not report telephone trunking revenue (i.e., telephony-related revenue from transponder leasing) separately, but as part of the FSS market. SIA also includes VSAT revenue, revenue from data and video transponder leasing, and remote sensing in FSS revenue, for...

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