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August 13th, 2014

Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) + Inmarsat—London HQ For The Next Workshop (Event)

[SatNews] The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) has announced that its next workshop will be hosted by Inmarsat at its London Headquarters from October 21st through October 22nd.
The workshop will focus on the next steps in interference mitigation, such as using commercial interference initiatives applied to the military environment; VSAT Interference from TDMA/Burst Mode Systems, Geolocation and the “spin-off” technology ideas derived from the detection developments of Carrier ID. Participants will gain valuable insight into the current initiatives and the next steps, as well as having the opportunity to input into the discussion around new technology and what else the industry and IRG, in particular, should be doing to reduce satellite interference.
“We are pleased to be holding our next workshop at Inmarsat’s HQ,” said Martin Coleman, Executive Director; the Satellite Interference Reduction Group. “Inmarsat has been, and continues to be, a valuable supporter and contributor to all interference initiatives.”
“Interference is an issue that affects the entire industry,” said Mark Steel, Director, User Terminal Development. GX, Inmarsat. “We are pleased to be hosting this important workshop, which we are certain will once again be filled with positive and interesting discussions, helping us, as an industry, to progress those initiatives further.”
IRG is currently seeking speaking proposals for the workshop, which can be emailed to http://press@satirg.org.
For further information or to register, please visit http://satirg.org/irg-workshop-inmarsat-london/