[SatNews] Participants will meet the companies involved in all three areas, as well as learning more about the solutions and processes for reducing satellite interference.
The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) today announced that it will be hosting a Carrier ID (CID) Tour at both CabSat and Satellite 2014.
The tours will help demonstrate the CID process, walking participants through the three main stages: Transmission, Detection and Resolution. Participants will meet the companies involved in all three areas, as well as learning more about the solutions and processes for reducing satellite interference.
“We have come a long way with the CID initiative over the past couple of years,” commented Martin Coleman, Executive Director; Satellite Interference Reduction Group. “We now need to ensure widespread implementation, and in order for that to happen, the industry needs to understand exactly what is entailed, where to source the right solutions, and who can help them achieve that. We hope that this tour will go some way to filling in those gaps.”
IRG will also be supporting the GVF Interference Prevention Summit at CabSat and co-hosting an Interference Prevention Summit with GVF at Satellite 2014. For further information or to register, please firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) is a leading organization working to reduce satellite frequency interference. It comprises four main working groups, covering EUI (formed from the former RFI-EUI), Carrier ID, Intentional Interference, and VSAT interference. The Group’s membership is comprised of satellite operators, users, uplinkers, service providers, equipment vendors and other organizations with a stake in combating radio frequency interference.