VMETRO subsidiary to build European satellite signals test system

MUNICH, Germany, 5 July 2005. A German subsidiary of VMETRO, a provider of high-speed sensor I/O, data recording, and bus analysis products in Oslo, Norway, won a contract worth nearly $1 million July 1 for a satellite signals test system.

Jul 5th, 2005

MUNICH, Germany, 5 July 2005. A German subsidiary of VMETRO, a provider of high-speed sensor I/O, data recording, and bus analysis products in Oslo, Norway, won a contract worth nearly $1 million July 1 for a satellite signals test system.

The subsidiary, VSYSTEMS Electonic GmbH in Munich, Germany, received an order worth 770,000 Euros from EADS Astrium GmbH's Satellite Navigation Center, also in Munich, Germany. 770,000 Euros is worth $916,856.

VSYSTEMS Electonic is integrating a system to test and verify satellite navigation signs from existing satellites, and from Europe's future global satellite navigation system called Galileo.

The system is to be based on four VMETRO Vortex data recorders, a cluster of several VMETRO field programmable gate array (FPGA) modules, and a 2 GHz analog input front end from a third-party company.

For more information contact VMETRO online at www.vmetro.com.

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