Enterprise Control Systems Ltd (ECS) will be displaying their airborne and ground-based Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (COFDM) surveillance equipment at IDEX 2015. The COFDM receivers were recently used by the Filipino Navy when Pope Francis visited the capital of Manila earlier this year.
During the Pope’s visit to the Philippines, ECS supplied the Navy with a number of COFDM systems. Downlinks transferred live real-time video, audio and data from the air and were distributed to fixed and mobile receiver platforms on the ground. The surveillance systems will be showcased alongside ECS’s latest COFDM equipment – the EVENLODE Ground Data Terminal System.
The EVENLODE Ground Data Terminal provides decoding and monitoring of all signals contained within an ECS COFDM EVENLODE downlink.
Mark Reynolds, Business Development Director Asia at ECS said: “Our latest support of the Pope’s visit to the Philippines shows our technology to be entrusted for major events on a global scale”.
“ECS has dominated the UK military and law enforcement agencies for over 15 years with microwave radio links based on the COFDM technique and so we’re very much looking forward to showcasing the very latest in technological developments.”
Enterprise Control Systems Ltd will be exhibiting on Stand 5-C09 at IDEX 2015.