With a growing number of satellites, satellite service providers and broadcasters taking up precious space segments, satellite Radio Frequency Interferences (RFI) is an ever-growing threat to our satellite industry. Carrier Identification (CID) has been proposed as the solution to reduce Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) of service outages due to interferences – but how exactly does it work and how do operators go about getting it?
Read the article "Are You Ready for Carrier ID?" by Steven Soenens, VP Product Management at Newtec, published in the APSCC's Q4 2013 issue exploring the set up of the unique ‘fingerprint’ and how it can improve services and cut costs.
APSCC (www.apscc.or.kr) is a non-profit international association representing all sectors of satellite and/or space-related industries, including private and public companies, government ministries and agencies, and academic and research entities. The overall objective of APSCC is to promote communications and broadcasting via satellite as well as outer space activities in the Asia-Pacific for the socioeconomic and cultural welfare of the region. Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council (APSCC) represents more than 100 members from over 35 countries worldwide.
APSCC's Quarterly Newsletter
Their quarterly print Newsletter is distributed by post to satellite executives worldwide and is also available as a soft copy available at APSCC's website. The publication consists of in-depth articles about trends and developments in the industry as well as other information about recent APSCC activities and news briefs. Contributions for articles are drawn from experts and prominent members of the satellite and space community. Every issue also features an interview with a prominent executive in the satellite industry.