GovSatCom 2017, 21st November, Luxembourg

WHAT It will focus on EU GOVSATCOM developments, integrated applications, security & ground segment solutions, user perspectives as well as pooling and sharing solutions. WHERE The one day conference will take place in the Château de Betzdorf and will be followed by an evening reception at Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain. Find out more...

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CabSat 2018, 14th – 16th January, Dubai

It is January 2018, a new world order is installed where people routinely multi-screen and OTT viewing is on the rise. Attention spans are short, sharing is big, social media dominates people’s lives. Broadcasters are fighting for viewers, content marketers for engagement and ROI and satellite operators are striving to keep the world on its axis. But there is a beacon of hope, a positive energy that is bringing order to the seeming chaos, a community of pioneers, of passionate, groundbreaking creatives, engineers and strategists who know how to cut through the noise and take the industry into a brave new world. Those people come to CABSAT. And they will be at Dubai World Trade Centre in January to guide you towards the light. There will be hands on technical learning, inspiring speakers, groundbreaking mentors and revolutionary startups. Find out more...

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Satellite 2018, 12th – 15th March, Washington D.C.

ABOUT 14,500+ connectivity professionals will convene for SATELLITE 2018 to further their knowledge of satellite communications and space technology. Through forward-looking keynotes and in-depth sessions in the conference program, we’ll explore the latest innovations and steps forward in building the future of connectivity. SATELLITE’s program covers applications driven by satellite communications and lets you dig deep into how connectivity can propel your organization…...

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Avateq Corp. Announces New Functionalities for AVQ1022DVBS – RF Layer Monitoring Receiver & Signal Analyzer

AVQ1022DVBS, now supports DVB-S2X monitoring and DVB-CID decoding New standard support and CID decoding functionality opens new markets for AVQ1022DVBS. DVB-S2X has been crowned as the most efficient digital satellite broadcast standard. It offers efficiency gains up to 51% over DVB-S2 and can expand existing applications and open possibilities for new ones. As DVB-S2X standard is being rolled out by satellite operators worldwide, Avateq‘s new AVQ1022DVBS RF Layer Monitoring Receiver and Signal Analyzer with DVB-S2X support can provide cost-effective remote monitoring and assist in signal quality assessment. In addition, In-band Interference monitoring with DVB-CID decoding secures and gives peace of mind in broadcast operations. AVQ1022DVBS features a comprehensive alarm system with customizable notification functionality (e-mail, SNMP traps, etc.) and control options to timely react in case of emergency. Read more on Avateq’s...

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Satellite Interference Reduction Group to Hold Masterclasses at IBC 2017

Douglas, Isle of Man, 18th July 2017 – The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) today announced that it will hold a series of Masterclasses, as well as a champagne networking reception in partnership with ETL Systems, at IBC Show 2017 between the 15th and 19th September. The core subject of the masterclasses will be Carrier ID (CID), the FCC and Regulation. As of September 3rd this year, an FCC Regulatory Deadline may enforce a ruling meaning broadcasters will be required to include CID in all video transmissions within the USA. This ensures satellite operators can quickly identify the source of any problem transmissions and lessen the disruption caused. IRG recognises the difficulty of preparing for the regulatory deadline and aims to provide clarification and support to broadcasters during its CID Masterclass. The aims of the masterclass are to: Outline the importance of adopting Carrier ID for video transmissions, Clarify what exactly the FCC Regulation requires of broadcasters, Advise how best to prepare for the deadline. Other subjects included in the Masterclass program will be mitigation technology tools and products, using machine learning techniques, and more. The IRG Masterclass will be held daily during IBC show at a time and place to be confirmed. Please visit the website to register your interest. Alongside the CID Masterclass at IBC, IRG will also be co-hosting a champagne reception in partnership with group member, ETL Systems. The networking reception will be held at 4pm, on Saturday the 16th September at ETL Systems’ stand, 1.A33. Along with champagne, attendees will be served English scones with jam and cream. IRG and ETL Systems happily invite industry professionals and members of the media to attend. To organise a meeting with IRG at IBC Show 2017, please contact press@satirg.org. About the Satellite Interference Reduction Group The Satellite Interference Reduction Group (IRG) is a leading organization working to reduce satellite frequency interference. It comprises a Task Force covering topics such as Carrier ID, ASI, Geolocation, Intentional and VSAT Interference. In addition, our EUI group continues to ensure the broadcasters voice is part of the interference conversation. The Group’s membership is comprised of satellite operators, users, uplinkers, service providers, equipment vendors and other organizations with a stake in combating radio frequency interference. For more information, please visit http://satirg.org/membership/. Media Contact: Helen Weedon Radical Moves PR +44 1570 434632...

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