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Satellite Communications Payload And System

Author : T. M. Braun
ISBN : 9780470540848
Genre : Science
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"This book is a unique combination of practical payload systems engineering and communications theory and applications. Payload systems engineering itself is a complex endeavor that people only learn on the job over many years' time, and this book hopes to ease their learning path. There are detailed books on how to design the various kinds of units, e.g., antennas, of a payload but seemingly no books focusing on unit performance at a level appropriate for systems engineering.Potential satellite owners, few of whom have worked in the satellite field, need help to understand how to get what they want from the manufacturer.The satellite bus, particular satellites, and particular and general satellite communications systems have been written about in several books, but the payload has received typically a few pages in all these books"--
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Satellite Communications Systems

Author : Gerard Maral
ISBN : 9781119382089
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The revised and updated sixth edition of em style="mso-bidi-font-style: normal;"Satellite Communications Systems contains information on the most recent advances related to satellite communications systems, technologies, network architectures and new requirements of services and applications. The authors – noted experts on the topic – cover the state-of-the-art satellite communication systems and technologies and examine the relevant topics concerning communication and network technologies, concepts, techniques and algorithms. New to this edition is information on internetworking with the broadband satellite systems, more intensive coverage of Ka band technologies, GEO high throughput satellite (HTS), LEO constellations and the potential to support the current new broadband Internet services as well as future developments for global information infrastructure. The authors offer details on digital communication systems and broadband networks in order to provide high-level researchers and professional engineers an authoritative reference. The companion website provides slides for instructors to teach and for students to learn. In addition, the book is designed in a user-friendly format.
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Satellite Communications Systems

Author : Gerard Maral
ISBN : 0470714581
Genre : Science
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A new and updated edition of the highly successful comprehensive reference to satellite communications Since publication of the first edition, satellite communications systems have become increasingly sophisticated. This revised and updated fifth edition covers the entire field of satellite communications engineering from the techniques of orbital mechanics and radio wave propagation to the design of communication links and earth stations. The new edition reflects recent developments in technologies and standards, with greater emphasis on techniques allowing service provision of multimedia contents, and material on recent standards in broadcasting such as DVB-RCS and DVB-S2. New features include: More information on techniques allowing service provision of multimedia content Extra material on techniques for broadcasting, including recent standards DVB-RCS and DVB-S2 (Digital Video Broadcasting -Return Channel Satellite and -Satellite Version 2) Discussions of the mobile satellite channel in view of expected developments of broadcasting. by satellites to mobile (portable) terminals Updates on onboard processing A chapter dedicated to examples of existing systems
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Satellite Communication Systems

Author : B.G. Evans
ISBN : 085296899X
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A thoroughly up-to-date revision of this successful book this text aims to give the professional engineer or graduate student a fully comprehensive yet practical understanding of the principles and technological issues of this major subject. The book contains a strong tutorial element and real-world orientation.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Introduction To Satellite Communication

Author : Bruce R. Elbert
ISBN : 9781596932111
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 59.24 MB
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The book covers all the fundamentals of satellites, ground control systems, and earth stations, considering the design and operation of each major segment. You gain a practical understanding of the basic construction and usage of commercial satellite networksOCohow parts of a satellite system function, how various components interact, which role each component plays, and which factors are the most critical to success."
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Satellite Communications Network Design And Analysis

Author : Kenneth Y. Jo
ISBN : 9781608071951
Genre : Artificial satellites in telecommunication
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This authoritative book provides a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts of satellite communications (SATCOM) network design and performance assessments. You find discussions on a wide class of SATCOM networks using satellites as core components, as well as coverage key applications in the field. This in-depth resource presents a broad range of critical topics, from geosynchronous Earth orbiting (GEO) satellites and direct broadcast satellite systems, to low Earth orbiting (LEO) satellites, radio standards and protocols.This invaluable reference explains the many specific uses of satellite networks, including small-terminal wireless and mobile communications systems. Moreover, this book presents advanced topics such as satellite RF link analyses, optimum transponder loading, on-board processing, antenna characteristics, protected systems, information assurance, and spread spectrums. You are introduced to current and future SATCOM systems and find details on their performance supportabilities. This cutting-edge book also presents trends in multimedia satellite applications and IP services over satellites.
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Satellite Communications And Navigation Systems

Author : Enrico Re
ISBN : 0387475249
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Satellite Communications and Navigation Systems publishes the proceedings of the 2006 Tyrrhenian International Workshop on Digital Communications. The book focuses on the integration of communication and navigation systems in satellites.
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Digital Satellite Communications Systems And Technologies

Author : A. Nejat Ince
ISBN : 9781461535782
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Among the space activities of the last three decades satellite communications (SATCOM) has found the widest application in meeting both civil and military communications requirements. Several international, regional and national SATCOM systems of increasing capacity, capability and complexity have been and are being implemented over the years. The latest versions are utilizing such concepts as spot beams, processing transponders in SS-TDMA and operations in different frequency bands including the EHF band. On the military side, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France and NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) have been the only owners and operators of military SATCOM systems in the West. The systems in being and under development use satellites and ground terminals with characteristics which differ from the civilian ones with respect to frequency bands utilised and survivability and interoperability. The SATCOM has given the military users the potential of having much-needed mobility, flexibility and survivability in strategic and tactical communications for land, sea and air operations. It must, however, be said particularly for the military SATCOM systems that they have been evolved in big jumps, both in time and capability, each jump involving the deployment of two or three often specially designed large satellites, large expenses and rather traumatic transition between jumps. Despite these undesirable features these systems did not have the required degree of suevivability and flexibility.
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Satellite Communications

Author : Robert M. Gagliardi
ISBN : 9789401097604
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 38.14 MB
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This second edition of Satellite Communications is a revised, updated, and improved version of the first edition (Van Nostrand, 1984) and has been extended to include many newer topics that are rapidly becoming important in modem and next-generation satellite systems. The first half of the book again covers the basics of satellite links, but has been updated to include additional areas such as Global Positioning and deep space satellites, dual polarization, multiple beaming, advanced satellite electronics, frequency synthesizers, and digital frequency generators. The second half of the book is all new, covering frequency and beam hopping, on-board processing, EHF and optical cross links, and mobile satellites and VSAT systems. All of these latter topics figure to be important aspects of satellite systems and space platforms of the twenty-first century. As in the first edition, the objective of the new edition is to present a unified approach to satellite communications, helping the reader to become familiar with the terminology, models, analysis procedures, and evolving design directions for modem and future satellites. The presentation stresses overall system analysis and block diagram design, as opposed to complicated mathematical or physics descriptions. (Backup mathematics is relegated to the appendices where a reader can digest the detail at his own pace. ) The discussion begins with the simplest satellite systems and builds to the more complex payloads presently being used.
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Satellite Communications

Author : David Jarett
ISBN : UVA:X000775879
Genre : Artificial satellites in telecommunication
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Communication Satellites

Author : Donald H. Martin
ISBN : UOM:39015048858081
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 81.81 MB
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"Communication Satellites" chronicles the worldwide development of communication satellites over a period of more than four decades. Includes drawings of satellites, communication subsystem block diagrams, coverage maps, extensive references, and a supplemental bibliography.
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Innovations In Satellite Communications And Satellite Technology

Author : Daniel Minoli
ISBN : 9781118984055
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 74.82 MB
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Surveys key advances in commercial satellite communications and what might be the implications and/or opportunities for end-users and service providers in utilizing the latest fast-evolving innovations in this field This book explores the evolving technical options and opportunities of satellite networks. Designed to be a self-contained reference, the book includes background technical material in an introductory chapter that will serve as a primer to satellite communications. The text discusses advances in modulation techniques, such as DBV-S2 extensions (DVS-S2X); spotbeam-based geosynchronous and medium earth orbit High Throughput Satellite (HTS) technologies and Internet applications; enhanced mobility services with aeronautical and maritime applications; Machine to Machine (M2M) satellite applications; emerging ultra HD technologies; and electric propulsion. The author surveys the latest innovations and service strategies and the resulting implications, which involves: Discussing advances in modulation techniques and HTS spotbeam technologies Surveying emerging high speed aeronautical mobility services and maritime and other terrestrial mobility services Assessing M2M (machine-to-machine) applications, emerging Ultra HD video technologies and new space technology Satellite communication is an integral part of the larger fields of commercial, television/media, government, and military communications, because of its multicast/broadcast capabilities, mobility, reliability, and global reach. High Throughput Satellites) are expected to revolutionize the field during this decade, providing very high speed, yet cost-effective, Internet access and connectivity anywhere in the world, in rural areas, in the air, and at sea. M2M connectivity, enabled by satellite communications, connects trucks on transcontinental trips, aircraft in real-time-telemetry aggregation, and mercantile ships. A comprehensive analysis of the new advances in satellite communications, Innovations in Satellite Communications Technology is a reference for telecommunications and satellite providers and end-users, technology investors, logistic professionals, and more.
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The Satellite Communication Applications Handbook

Author : Bruce R. Elbert
ISBN : 1580538088
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 36.68 MB
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Since the publication of the best-selling first edition of The Satellite Communication Applications Handbook, the satellite communications industry has experienced explosive growth. Satellite radio, direct-to-home satellite television, satellite telephones, and satellite guidance for automobiles are now common and popular consumer products. Similarly, business, government, and defense organizations now rely on satellite communications for day-to-day operations. This second edition covers all the latest advances in satellite technology and applications including direct-to-home broadcasting, digital audio and video, and VSAT networks. Engineers get the latest technical insights into operations, architectures, and systems components.
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Communication Satellites 1958 1992

Author : Donald H. Martin
ISBN : UOM:39015022257151
Genre : Artificial satellites in telecommunication
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The 34-year period following the launch of the first communication satellite by the United States has brought with it fundamental changes in the way we communicate. The development of globally connected space-based communications and data relay systems has changed the patterns of military, business, and national planners. This document chronicles the evolution of commercial and national communications satellites during this initial 34-year period. The primary focus is on the capability of the communication payload; spacecraft details are included to convey a sense of growth in size and power of the carrier spacecraft.
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Advances In Communications Satellite Systems Proceedings Of The 37th International Communications Satellite Systems Conference Icssc 2019

Author : Thomas Butash
ISBN : 1839531452
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book gathers the contributions from The 37th International Communications Satellite Systems Conference (ICSSC-2019) held in October 2019 with highlights including high speed optical communications and feeder links, advanced digital payloads, broadband satellite communication architectures and applications.
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Satellite Broadcast Systems Engineering

Author : Jorge Matos Gómez
ISBN : 9781580533133
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Focusing on the analysis and design of satellite broadcast systems, this practical book gives you an integral understanding of the essential engineering aspects of these systems, and provides insight into the calculations of modern digital broadcasting by satellite. The book helps you master the basic technological principles of satellite broadcast systems, giving you the knowledge you need to efficiently design systems for top performance.
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Mobile Satellite Communications

Author : Madhavendra Richharia
ISBN : 9781118810064
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 54.59 MB
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Demand for Mobile Satellite Service (MSS) is on the increase, with a huge surge of interest in mobile communications in recent years and high-paced advancements in the supporting system architectures, devices and applications. This thoroughly revised and updated book provides a comprehensive guide to the MSS technologies and emerging trends. It takes a system level approach, giving in-depth treatment of technical and business related issues. The author, a leading professional in the area, draws on his extensive experience in industry and research, to provide the reader with a sound and informed understanding of the technology. Mobile Satellite Communications includes introductory material for the reader new to the field, in addition to exploring prevalent system concepts, architecture, practices and trends for the more experienced. An in-depth review of scientific principles merged with business models and regulatory considerations presents a balanced perspective of commercial mobile satellite systems. This book will be of interest to practicing engineers in mobile satellite communications and mobile broadcasting, research and development professionals working in these areas, mobile satellite service providers and operators. Academics and students studying satellite systems/technology, specialists in other classes of satellite systems, technical and marketing managers, strategists and planners of telecommunication systems: individuals interested in mobile communications, satellite and telecommunications/broadcasting technology will also find this book insightful. Key Features: Comprehensive treatment of mobile satellite communications topics, including radio link aspects, satellite constellations, architectural and operational aspects, as well as business planning models, MSS radio interface standards, spectrum forecast methodologies and system examples. Addresses related themes such as mobile broadcasting, mobile VSATs, search and rescue, and navigation systems. Introduces emerging technologies such as mobile broadband, television broadcasting to handheld units, advanced capacity enhancement techniques, hybrid system architecture concepts, including a rich sample of research topics such as multiple input multiple output, satellite-based ad-hoc networks, and highlights initiatives in the use of Q/V frequency bands. Includes revision questions at the end of each chapter. An accompanying website for interaction (www.satellitesandyou.com).
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Satellite Communications Pocket Book

Author : Eur Ing
ISBN : 9781483292083
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 73.2 MB
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Every facet of satellite technology is included in this concise reference guide to a fast developing field. The latest systems are included and the coverage is worldwide. Supplemented with tables, formulae and footprints for satellites, this pocket book is the first place for communications engineers, students, satellite industry personnel and enthusiasts to look for essential data. DBS and other enabling technologies for HDTV are covered, in this wide-ranging review of technologies used in Europe, America, the Middle East and Asia. Drawing on James Wood's extensive experience as an engineer in the international broadcasting industry and a technical broadcast journalist, this book will provide the essential details of satellite communications.
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Mobile Satellite Communications Handbook

Author : Roger Cochetti
ISBN : 9781118907412
Genre : Science
File Size : 69.30 MB
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With a Preface by noted satellite scientist Dr. Ahmad Ghais, theSecond Edition reflects the expanded user base for this technologyby updating information on historic, current, and plannedcommercial and military satellite systems and by expanding sectionsthat explain the technology for non-technical professionals. The book begins with an introduction to satellite communicationsand goes on to provide an overview of the technologies involved inmobile satellite communications, providing basic introductions toRF Issues, power Issues, link issues and system issues. Itdescribes early commercial mobile satellite communications systems,such as Marisat and Marecs and their military counterparts. The book then discusses the full range of Inmarsat and othercurrent and planned geostationary, low earth orbiting and hybridmobile satellite systems from over a dozen countries andcompanies. It is an essential guide for anyone seeking acomprehensive understanding of this industry and militarytool. • Revised edition will serve both technical andnon-technical professionals who rely every day on mobile satellitecommunications • Describes and explains historic, current, and plannedcivil, commercial, and military mobile satellite communicationsystems. • First Edition charts and tables updated and expandedwith current material for today’s mobile satellite technology
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