[SatNews] The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) will be holding its next workshop at the Eutelsat Headquarters in Paris on the 25th and the 26th June.
This latest workshop will outline the major initiatives aimed at mitigating satellite interference, educating the audience about recent developments, as well as giving case study examples of interference resolution. This European workshop will follow on from the event held in Washington D.C. earlier this year and will continue a number of important discussions relating to solving VSAT interference, better educating the user with regard to Carrier ID, and turning BIG Data principles into an effective mitigation tool for Satellite Operators, amongst other topics.
IRG is currently looking for presentation and topic suggestions, and while members will be prioritized, relevant submissions from other companies will be considered.
Mark Rawlins, Director of Communication System Operations, Eutelsat, and Chairman, the Space Data Association, said, “Satellite Interference continues to be a challenge for our industry and, although a great deal of progress has been made, it is crucial that we keep that momentum going.”
“Eutelsat has been extremely active in the various interference reduction initiatives, including making its GSM Demodulation Tool development available to IRG members,” said Martin Coleman, Executive Director, the Satellite Interference Reduction Group.