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CommSystems Connects Louisana University Marine Consortium with Satellite Communications.
Posted on 13-07-2006 Email To Friend    Print Version    Photos


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CommSystems Connects Louisana University Marine Consortium with Satellite Communications

LUMCON vessel R/V Pelican joins HiSeasNet for Communications While at Sea


July 13, 2006 -- CommSystems announced that they are providing the Louisiana University Marine Consortium (LUMCON) with a shipboard satellite earth station system for its research vessel the R/V Pelican.  This will allow the LUMCON researchers to connect to the University based HiSeasNet satellite network that provides research vessels real-time communications while at sea.  Using E-mail, Internet connectivity, VoIP telephony, as well as uploading research data can now be done in while at sea improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the LUMCON research projects.

CommSystems is using the new 1.0 meter Ku-band antenna system from Seatel. This antenna platform has an extremely small footprint and taking up much less of the valuable deck space on the ship. This allows even smaller ships to have full time telephone and Internet access at sea. This system is optimized for regional operations in and around the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean waters, where the Pelican performs most of its research projects.  The antenna automatically points to and tracks a geostationary satellite, adapting to the pitch, roll, and yaw of the ship's motion in real-time regardless of sea conditions.

The system connects to a large land-based earth station system that was also provided by CommSystems, and is based at the University of California, San Diego.  CommSystems provided two 7 meter C-band antennas, and a 3.8 meter Ku-band antenna on top of the San Diego SuperComputer Center allowing UCSD's HighSeasNet direct access to both the Internet, and the University-based Internet2 network.

CommSystems is a system integrator of satellite communication networks for Internet, telephony, data, video, and audio broadcast applications.

For More Information Contact:

Marketing Communications
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6440 Lusk Boulevard, D-100, San Diego, CA 92121
Tel: 858-824-0056
Fax: 858-824-0057
E-mail: info@comm-systems.com



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