Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
announced today that it is distributing Lockheed Martin Global
Telecommunications’ (LMGT) COMPLAN software, a capacity management tool for
satellite transponders.
This software enables users to increase revenues and
reduce costs by managing satellite resources more efficiently.
accurately models and analyzes operations of C-, Ku-, X- and Ka-band
Satellite manufacturers, integrators, operators, and
high-volume end-users currently employ COMPLAN to interactively schedule
optimal frequency and power.

“The addition of COMPLAN strengthens our current suite of satellite
communications products.
Satellite professionals can more easily design,
analyze, and operate complex satellite systems by using COMPLAN with other AGI
offerings such as STK/Comm and SATSOFT,” says Francesco Linsalata, AGI vice
president of marketing.

Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunications, a wholly owned subsidiary of
Lockheed Martin Corporation , delivers secure, reliable,
advanced-technology products and services to help enterprise customers
leverage their telecommunications and information technology assets.
LMGT has
annual revenues in excess of $1 billion and employs 4,000 personnel worldwide
with major points of presence in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
Additional company information and news releases are available on LMGT’s
Internet home page at

Malvern, PA-based AGI provides commercial off-the-shelf analysis and
visualization software solutions to more than 25,000 aerospace industry
professionals through its core product Satellite Tool Kit® (STK) and a
series of specialized STK add-on modules.
STK Standard is available free of
charge to all aerospace professionals.

Basic STK applications include calculating and visualizing a vehicle’s
position and attitude, determining acquisition times, and analyzing the
spacecraft’s field of view.
The key functions of STK can be extended with
add-on modules that support specific analyses, including coverage assessment,
maneuver planning, orbit determination, real-time visualization, collision
avoidance, and detailed communication link analysis.

For more about AGI, the STK software suite, or how to obtain a free copy
of STK, call (800) 220-4785 or (610) 578-1000, e-mail, or visit