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Brazil's Eletrosul tests redundancy links with SGDC and Hughes

Thursday 14 December 2017 | 16:27 CET | News
Brazilian public power company Eletrosul has initiated a tele-assistance project in the remote operation of substations and power plants connected to the National Interconnected System (SNI). The tests use satellites from Telebras (SGDC) and Hughes to reinforce the redundant fibre-based optical system, which already has three different connection channels, and aims to increase the efficiency and reliability of supervision, command and control activities. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Hughes / Telebras
Countries: Brazil
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