Los Altos, Calif.-based Glowlink said Sept. 28 it is rolling out a capability to locate sources of satellite interference using only the affected satellite.

According to Glowlink, current geolocation products depend on using the affected satellites and one or more adjacent satellites in order to find the source of the interference.

Glowlink says its single-satellite technology makes it possible to locate the source of interference when there are no adjacent satellites available for interference.