Rakon pushes deeper into space with second low-orbit satellite contract win

Rakon pushes deeper into space with second low-orbit satellite contract win
Rakon chief executive Sinan Altug says the firm is now a top three global supplier for space subsystems. (Image: Rakon)
Rebecca Stevenson
Advanced parts manufacturer Rakon has signed its second contract to supply parts for a new low-Earth-orbit satellite constellation. On Thursday morning, Rakon said it would supply its Master Reference Oscillator (MRO) subsystems to an as-yet-unnamed customer. It didn’t say how much the contract was worth. Rakon recently released several new products for its space product range, including new Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers, MROs, and ultra-stable oscillators. It said it was also preparing to launch a new...

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