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January 4th, 2012

Glowlink... Impatience With Interference (SATCOM)

[SatNews] Glowlink has been awarded a competitive contract by the U.S. Air Force....

....for satellite carrier monitoring and interference geo-location capabilities. The Air Force will deploy a worldwide network of systems under the contract, all based on the Company's Model 8000 geo-location and Model 1010 wideband carrier monitoring systems.

The Model 8000 is a compact, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) geolocation system that aims to swiftly detect, identify and geo-locate satellite interferences. The Model 1010 is an ultra-wide bandwidth spectrum monitoring and analysis system designed to provide enhanced carrier-monitoring capabilities. Jeffrey Chu, Glowlink's CEO and a co-founder, said, β€œThe U.S. Air Force did extensive market surveys, and decided on a product with unmatched price and performance ratio. We are exceedingly pleased to be selected based on merit, and look forward to working closely with our Air Force customer to deploy this capability expeditiously and responsibly.”