Carrier ID, an industry-wide initiative to reduce satellite interference
CID technology was developed by the DVB Group and supported by the World Broadcasting Unions-International Satellite Operations Group (WBU-ISOG), the Global VSAT Forum (GVF) and the satellite Interference Reduction Group (sIRG).
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Carrier ID (CID) adds a “signature” to a satellite uplink, allowing satellite operators to identify the source of an interfering carrier. Existing modulators create two carriers, the primary payload carrier and a low-power CID signal which uses spread spectrum technology. CID comprises both mandatory and optional data fields, which are provided either by the equipment manufacturer, or the user. Only satellite operators will have access to all CID information. They have the ultimate responsibility of maintaining a global and secured CID database in cooperation with their customers and constantly monitoring their satellites for interference events.
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