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Kratos Satellite System Aims To Defend From RF Interference; Bob Potter Comments

Kratos Satellite System Aims To Defend From RF Interference; Bob Potter Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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KratosLogoA Kratos Defense & Security Solutions subsidiary has won a multi-million dollar contract to deliver a satellite interference detection and monitoring system to an unnamed satellite operator.

SAT Corp. will install its Monics satellite-monitoring product in several locations worldwide over the next three years to monitor payload data and detect interference, Kratos said Sunday.

Monics aims to help shield bandwidth and make users aware of satellite situations in real time, the company said.

SAT will combine hardware and software components in installing Monics to track satellite uplink and downlink speed.

The satellite operator that awarded the order to SAT is the first to use both the Monics and the company“™s new enterprise manager, which Kratos says provides users a view of payload performance andcentralized control over payload traffic and radio frequency interference.

“RF interference continues to affect service quality and revenue of satellite operators,” said Bob Potter, SAT president.

http://ir.kratosdefense.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=748936

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