Satellite Interference has long been an issue of concern for broadcasters, so in the late 90s a committee was formed to lobby the satellite operators to resolve this problem. In this article in the Broadcast Bridge, we talk the CID resolutions and how they affect the broadcasters.
Martin Coleman, Executive Director, together with IRG Director,Andreas Voigt of Eutelsat talked to InBroadcast at CommunicAsia, about interference and how to mitigate it.
Martin Coleman, executive director of IRG, told Via Satellite that while carrier ID, which works by embedding a unique signal into satellite modulator or modem transmissions to identify it, remains a top priority, addressing VSAT-based interference has become more important as the number of terminals in use continues to...
Last year, we ran a series of Carrier ID Tours at the major events around the world. The result was to some extent mixed, but they were extremely well received by all who participated and particularly well attended at CommunicAsia. This year, we have decided to run the tour again, but, as we explained in Sat Magazine, this time with a slight twist.
With recent discussion about the importance of training to reduce errors, and therefore, satellite interference, this theme has become a hot topic for the IRG’s End Users Initiative Advisory Committee. We talked the importance of training with Sat Magazine.
We talked CID detection and the next steps in Sat Magazine.