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Communications payload concepts for geostationary facilities

Communications payload concepts for geostationary facilities

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam A. Poley and Jack Lekan.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 100154.
    ContributionsLekan, Jack., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17748292M

    Appendixes addressing various aspects of a geostationary platform concepts definition study are given. Communication platform traffic requirements, video conferencing forecast, intersatellite link capacity requirements, link budgets, payload data, payload assignments, and platform synthesis are addressed. iii Page Earth coverage and frequency reuse.. 81 Earth coverage by a geostationary Size: 9MB.

    Figure 2: An Example Communication Satellite System Space Segment A typical communication satellite consists of a bus and a communication payload. The payload is the essential subsystem for providing communication services and the bus consists of all other subsystems needed for the proper operation of the payload. Figure 3. Communication satellite payload has redundancy networks with multi port switches connecting input units to output units. In case of a probable failure at an output unit, connected input unit must.

    Network and Protocol Architectures for Future Satellite Systems Tomaso de Cola, German Aerospace Center, Germany, @ Alberto Ginesi, European Space Agency, France, @ Giovanni Giambene, University of Siena, Italy, [email protected] George C. Polyzos, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece, [email protected] Vasilios A. Siris, Cited by: 7. An Advanced Extremely High Frequency communications orion satellite centre relays secure communications for the United States and other allied countries. A communications satellite is an artificial satellite that relays and amplifies radio telecommunications signals via a transponder; it creates a communication channel between a source transmitter and a receiver at different locations .


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Tions payload concepts for geostationary facilities are summarized and presented. The studies were performed by the Ford Aerospace and Communication Corporation - Western Development Laboratory (FACC) and by RCA Astro-Electronics (RCA) Get this from a library. Communications payload concepts for geostationary facilities.

[William A Poley; Jack Lekan; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Future scenarios of aggregations of communications services are presented. Payload concepts are developed and Communications payload concepts for geostationary facilities book in detail for nine of the scenarios.

Payload costs and critical technologies per payload are also presented. Finally the payload concepts are. Future scenarios of aggregations of communications services are presented. Payload concepts are developed and defined in detail for nine of the scenarios.

Payload costs and critical technologies per payload are also presented. Finally the payload concepts are Author: Jack Lekan and William A. Poley. Book Description. This is the first book primarily about the satellite payload of satellite communications systems. It represents a unique combination of practical systems engineering and communications theory.

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Driggers. Abstract. The types of operational communications payloads that could be appropriate for a large geostationary facility in the middle to late s are examined. A description of each type of payload is given, and various key issues and economic factors Author: E. Hunter and T.

Driggers. geostationary facilities, each consisting of a payload providing a single communica-tions service or a variety of communica-tions services, desirable in the mid to late 's. If so, what are the most viable operational systems (payload, spacecraft, transpor-tation, and space operations) for that time frame.

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Foreword Acknowledgements List of Figures and Tables Abbreviations Introduction 1 Physical Characteristics and Users of the Geostationary Orbit 1 The Way Leading to the Geostationary Orbit 2 Types of Orbits 3 Two Examples of Circular and Elliptical Orbits 4 The Geostationary Orbit 5 Geosynchronous Orbits 6 The Geostationary Ring as a Three-Dimensional Body 7 Some Natural.

Abstract. GeoStationary-Orbit (GSO) satellites are nowadays being used for providing worldwide communications services to mobile users equipped with terminals utilizing a reasonably low size antenna (e.g. Inmarsat-M, Inmarsat-C). New GSO systems (e.g. AMSC, EMS) will shortly be implemented to increase the service capacity available at regional level, and especially to face the Cited by: 1.

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Basic Concepts of Satellite Communications, Frequency allocations for Satellite Services, Applications, Future Trends of Satellite Communications. UNIT II LOW EARTH ORBIT AND GEOSTATIONARY 5/5(21).

The concept of geostationary satellite communications systems is generally credited to the futurist Arthur C. Clarke. Mr. Clarke wrote an article in stating that communications signals could be transmitted to and from Earth by a relay station launched into orbit at a distance of ab miles (36, kilometers) above the Earth’s.

A geostationary satellite is in a geostationary orbit, which can only be achieved at an altitude very close to 35, km (22, m) and keeps the satellite fixed over one longitude at the equator. The satellite appears motionless at a fixed position in the sky to ground observers.

There are several hundred communication satellites and several meteorological satellites in such an orbit.Satellite communication has two main components: the ground segment, which consists of fixed or mobile transmission, reception, and ancillary equipment, and the space segment, which primarily is the satellite itself.

A typical satellite link involves the transmission or uplinking of a .