Transmitter Location Systems
TLS's only business is geolocating the source of satellite radio interference, including one incident when a base in Cuba was accused by United States officials of jamming U.S. satellite broadcasts to Iran. TLS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Interferometrics, Inc., a science and engineering company.
The company's technology was created from early research in radio astronomy. TLS owns several U.S. patents on geolocation technology. It sells and operates a commercial system called TLS NexGen, and provides a 24/7 geolocation service for satellite operators world-wide.
The company also provides various services supporting communications analysis.
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