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Free sat cap out of Chicago IL area on SES1

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Jul 28th, 2011 at 2:12am  
Hello Satellite community.

We are SES PMOC Level 2 and we are working on a sweeper interference we have on our satellite SES1@101W. We have geolocated this problem to come out of the Chicago area but our ellipse is too wide. We are looking for a VSAT or SNG out of Chicago IL area that is able to help us out with a reference signal to be able for us to redo the geolocation in order to get a tighter ellipse on where the problems is coming from.

We just need the carrier and the accurate GPS location of the antenna in decimals with 6 digits behind the point from you together with your contact telephone number+email address so we can reach you or the person in control over the sat equipment.

You may transmit any content, we just need the carrier as a reference signal up on our SES1 satellite.

Do you know anybody who can help us out?

Let us know if you have any questions as we are available 24/7 here at the SES PMOCL2.

Thanks, Marc.
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