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Eutelsat Selects SAT Corporation to Upgrade satID System

By Tai Nichols | September 5, 2013
The satID user interface Image credit: SAT

The satID user interface
Image credit: SAT

SAT Corporation, a subsidiary of Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, has received an order from Eutelsat to upgrade multiple satID geolocation systems. In addition to the system upgrades, Eutelsat has extended the company’s commitment to SAT’s interference mitigation products by including the purchase of software maintenance and technical support for satID over the next five years.

SAT’s satID is a Radio Frequency (RF) interference geolocation product that provides an accurate, fast, all-in-one solution for locating and identifying sources of interference due to equipment failure, operator error, intentional jamming, or unauthorized users.

The newest release of satID, sat 3.0, brings together improvements in accuracy and response times. The most visible advancement in satID is a map-driven user interface providing an efficient way of generating geolocation results. An operator starts with a detailed map from which they can then identify and overlay satellite and signal information, spectrum analyzer displays and other necessary elements to perform geolocation within the map. In addition, satID features streamlined data input and extensive data entry checking for erroneous or incomplete data in order to reduce operator mistakes.