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Many of the papers are of a general nature that will interest all those con- cerned with communication, and others will acquaint the specialist with specific network concepts and with satellite concepts ... 11132, 30, 34... new volumes in the series Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Martin Summerfield, Series Editor Volume 32: Communications ...
Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets
COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY —+. 33 Edited by P. L. Bargellini, Comsat Laboratories A companion to Communications Satellite Systems, volume 32 in the series. ... The twenty-two papers in this volume deal with communications satellite operations, including orbit positioning and stability, propulsion and power requirements, and operations of the electronic communications ...
Soldier health status and his location are sent through GSM module to the base station. Biometric sensors and GPS keep track of health status and location of the soldier. ... We have come up with our project with a view to ceaselessly communicate the soldier's health status and location in war field to the military control room (base station). ... Fig Fig 3: GSM MODULE While the International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering & Research (IJRTER) Conference on Electronics, Information and Communication Systems (CELICS'18) Special Issue; March ...doi:10.23883/ijrter.conf.02180328.017.8el8o fatcat:qgcj2or6eba7vkoibvfvbgddzu
Roviras, Multi-user receivers for synchronous and asynchronous transmissions for chaos-based multiple-access systems, Signal Processing, Volume 89, Issue 4, April 2009, Pages 583-598 G. Kaddoum, P. ... Roviras, "A generalized methodology for bit-error-rate prediction in correlation-based communication schemes using chaos", in IEEE Communication letters, 2009, vol. 13, n o 8, pp. 567-569 Georges Kaddoum ... Duverdier, "Periodic Clock Changes applied to Multiple Access", Moroccan Journal of Control, Computer Science and Signal Processing, March 2000, pp. 18-32, 2000 Lacaze, D. ...doi:10.1155/2008/132729 fatcat:arbsjaqqnbch5hrnbhkihcjbzm
The results of the study indicate that the regulation of the radio frequency spectrum is based on radio regulations, international agreements within the ITU through the World Radio communication Conference ... of its utilisation rests in the principle of fairness and equity between regions, and efficiency. ... The latter is the international treaty governing the use of the RF spectrum and the geostationary satellite and non-geostationary satellite orbits. ...doi:10.14710/dilrev.4.1.2019.21-33 fatcat:ktsjqtvh55bglp5zbrmrao3gqq
Viewpoints in Teaching and Learning
A second example of a hybrid system is one that incorporates a communication satellite, telephone landlines, ITFS and closed circuit television. ... Cost depends on utilization, equipment configuration, volume, amortization of costs, maintenance, cost of production, and many other factors. ...
SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal
Television had to wait until 1971, when the first of the Intelsat 4 series of satellites was launched, before a channel June 1971 Journal of the SMPTE Volume 80 NUMBER 6 JUNE 1971 By GEORGES HANSEN and ... Links also exist be- tween the Eurovision Network and the Intervision Network of Eastern Europe and the extent of those two systems is shown by Fig. 1. ...
However, the implementation of Land Mobile Satellite (LMS) systems still faces some limitations regarding connectivity and stability, leading to unreliable communication. ... Therefore, the target of this paper is to offer a comprehensive overview of land mobile satellite systems and services from various perspectives. ... The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has designated several broad radio-frequency and generic bands, as shown in Table 1  . ...doi:10.1109/access.2019.2941900 fatcat:2bwrt2ykszaabgl5m74fxf53ge
Formulas (1) -(8) allow to calculate volumes of transferring data and necessary bandwidth between ship network and land office and to facilitate choosing of network equipment, firewall and model of cloud ... In application gateway FWs remote host or network communicates only with proxy server, which is responsible for hiding the details of the internal network. Users work with TCP/IP applications. ...doi:10.26900/jsp.2018445371 fatcat:cncxh3hedvb3tgeeruejaafpey
SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal
A ground station in the United States was built by AT&T at Andover, Maine May 1963 Journal of the SMPTE Volume 72 (Fig. 34). ... on the en- vironment of space and what sort of equipment and components are required for satellite communications. ...
Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank the Australian Department of Communications, the Commonwealth Advisory Committee on the Educational Uses of Communications Technology, the Satellite and Telecommunication ... Users Association, and NASA for their contribution to the work which has led to this paper. ... The global coverage of ATS-1 is a desirable feature for international and regional networking. ...doi:10.1177/1329878x8403200110 fatcat:yhxckf7hb5fqnoj6ff2hcfogc4
The first goal is to create a highly reliable and constantly available communication link for a network of autonomous vehicles, taking advantage of the small satellite lower cost, with respect to conventional ... As soon as the satellite is fully operational, we will start to move towards a cooperative network of autonomous vehicles and small satellites, with application in maritime operations, both in-situ and ... The work of Maria Costa and Sérgio ...doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2018.01.022 fatcat:n64r3xfq3vdp5e66nsebh3n7f4
Journal of Aircraft
Bargellini, Comsat Laboratories A companion to Communications Satellite Systems, volume 32 in the series. ... The twenty-two papers in this volume deal with communications satellite operations, including orbit positioning and stability, propulsion and power requirements, and operations of the electronic communications ...
satellites in the global communication networks. ... , M., and Wolf, J.D., “‘Multi Gigabit Laser Communications for Satellite Cross Links,’ Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Digital Satellite Communications, Montreal, Oct. 1978, pp. 155-159 ...doi:10.2514/3.57793 fatcat:onzojg5r3bcfdnyx5lpyqtt3ge
CEAS Space Journal
The methodology is designed to determine the best communication architecture given an arbitrary set of available satellites, ground stations, point of interest, and data volume. ... During the evaluation of Lunar mission concepts, having a tool that can quickly assess the best communication and data-handling architecture given a set of satellites and a site of interest is mandatory ... The communication architecture of a network of six satellites orbiting the Moon is proposed to assure stable links in the equatorial and near-equatorial regions. ...doi:10.1007/s12567-021-00390-4 fatcat:ooojkckc3bgzzj6djo3bm6vpae
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