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ATCi Introduces New Features To Its Warrior Satellite Surveillance System

The ability to see over 140 satellites simultaneously allows for immediate triangulation and location of potential errant carriers anywhere.
by Staff Writers
Phoenix AZ (SPX) May 21, 2008
Antenna Technology Communications introduced new features to its Warrior Satellite Surveillance System. The Warrior Satellite Surveillance System can simultaneously provide complete observation for satellite surveillance spread over 140 degrees, but with the added upgrades, the system goes beyond the basic video and spectrum monitoring capabilities that are being offered by rival systems today.

Designed for the unique requirements of government and military entities, the Warrior allows the operator an in-depth view of not only the spectrum usage issues involved in satellite carriage, but also the ability to automatically analyze, manage, control, and archive the content being carried on any given satellite on any given transponder in its viewing arc.

These systems can be networked together to provide for worldwide comparative analysis.

The new ARC (Archive/Retrieval/Catalog) Sentry feature allows for an advanced ability to vital surveillance requirements, but also alarms and displays status from any of the satellites being monitored anywhere.

Through its advanced features, the system enables planned and non-planned event analysis of activities transpiring over any of the satellites simultaneously within the 140 degree view arc. The 'ARC' feature also enables voice, data and video equipment integration giving it the meta-morphing ability to capture, catalog and retrieve information gathered in real-time or over many years.

The ability to see over 140 satellites simultaneously allows for immediate triangulation and location of potential errant carriers anywhere.

"Warrior's core technology is an already proven and delivered solution that is key to many large Department of Defense Systems as well as other government, military and multimedia systems in operation today," said ATCi's CEO, Gary Hatch.

"The Warrior and its ARC technology bring the best of RF Monitoring and video capabilities along with surveillance of next generation voice and data applications that are demanded by the US Department of Defense and other foreign defense application entities throughout the world," Hatch concluded.

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