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Integral To Provide Carrier Monitoring And Interference Detection Capability To Telenor

File image of a Thor satellite.
by Staff Writers
Toulouse, France (SPX) Jul 15, 2008
Integral Systems Europe (ISE) has announced the delivery and installation of a fully integrated CSM (Carrier Signal Monitoring) and transponder planning system for the THOR family of satellites at Telenor Satellite Broadcasting AS facilities in Nittedal, Norway.

The turnkey system includes products from Integral's wholly-owned subsidiary, SAT Corporation, the leading provider of satellite carrier monitoring solutions.

This system consists of SAT Corporation's Monics carrier monitoring and interference detection system for Ku-band beams, and a transponder management system from Optimal Satcom.

ISE is using industry-leading, pre-integrated products and has scored significant successes on previous programs such as Thuraya, HellasSat, and Rascom. The new system has been proven to ensure a fast implementation and optimized operational usage.

Integral's solution allows all systems to interface easily and to share data automatically, thus providing capabilities far superior to other market-available solutions. Further extensions to additional bands and monitoring sites are planned by Telenor.

"The Integral Systems range of proposed products and services offer a completely integrated and very powerful technical solution for managing satellite communications," said Cato Halsaa, Vice President and CEO of Telenor Satellite Broadcasting AS."

"It has been a pleasure working with such professional and knowledgeable personnel as we installed our products at Telenor premises," said Bruno Dupas, President of Integral Systems Europe.

"Our integrated system approach provides unique capabilities and added flexibility. Providing our customers with easy to use and cost-effective solutions for their day-to-day mission operations is ISE's primary objective."

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