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Inmarsat Picks Kratos Subsidiary’s Interference Detection Tech for Satellite Net; Bob Potter Comments

Inmarsat Picks Kratos Subsidiary's Interference Detection Tech for Satellite Net; Bob Potter Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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satellite airforceSAT Corp., a subsidiary of Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, will provide its carrier monitoring and interference detection system to Inmarsat for a satellite network scheduled to offer full global coverage by the end of 2014.

Monics is designed as a enterprise-networked DSP spectrum measurement and interference analysis system that works to monitor satellite uplink and downlink performance, Kratos said Tuesday.

Satellite operators and telecommunications providers in more than 57 countries worldwide use Monics.

Bob Potter, SAT chief technology officer, said Inmarsat is acquiring Monics as the British satellite services provider prepares to launch the Global Xpress system and expand into Ka-band spectrum.

Inmarsat is designing the Global Xpress network for connections of of up to 50 megabytes per second.

The first satellite is intended to cover Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

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