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Practical experiences in interconnecting LANs via satellite

Nedo Celandroni, Erina Ferro, Francesco Potortì, Alessandro Bellini, Franco Pirri
1995 Computer communication review  
The experiment was presented the first time in June 1994 as a demo in which the Eutelsat satellite was used (in the 12/14 GHz band) to exchange data between two LANs in Pisa and Florence, while video and  ...  audio applications running on PCs connected the two sites.  ...  This bit rate is lower than the bit rate of the RB because even heavily faded stations must have the opportunity to enter the satellite network.  ... 
doi:10.1145/216701.216705 fatcat:z6abpjjfyjezpn4gkoep5jqxdm

Satellite ATM networks: a survey

I.F. Akyildiz, Seong-Ho Jeong
1997 IEEE Communications Magazine  
However, there are several obstacles which need to be overcome so that satellite ATM networks can operate in full service.  ...  Satellite ATM networks have significant advantages over terrestrial ATM networks.  ...  Ian expresses his sincere thanks to Milt Halem, Chief of Space Data and Computing Division at NASA GSFC, and Yelena Yesha, Director of NASA CESDIS, for creating the opportunity to start this research at  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.601740 fatcat:hnznsbq7m5frfp64oxj2eecgsm

A network coded ARQ protocol for broadcast streaming over hybrid satellite systems

Sameh Sorour, Shahrokh Valaee
2009 2009 IEEE 20th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications  
This results in a high average packet delay and packet drop rate in broadcast streaming applications. Moreover, conventional ARQ schemes are generally inefficient in broadcast scenarios.  ...  In this paper, we propose a network coded ARQ protocol that performs both proactive and reactive packet retransmissions in hybrid satellite systems.  ...  This gain is achieved due to the high efficiency of network coded packet retransmissions in broadcast scenarios compared to ARQ.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pimrc.2009.5449889 dblp:conf/pimrc/SorourV09 fatcat:haxz56llizekfdolbhrkse74rq

Joint control of delay and packet drop rate in satellite systems using network coding

Sameh Sorour, Shahrokh Valaee, Nader Alagha
2010 2010 5th Advanced Satellite Multimedia Systems Conference and the 11th Signal Processing for Space Communications Workshop  
Moreover, the advanced applications proliferating over such terminals forbids the use of feedback based packet retransmission schemes over satellite due to their high latency, exceeding three times the  ...  In this paper, we propose a joint delay and packet drop rate control protocol over lossy mobile satellite channels using network coding.  ...  Moreover, the proliferating high-definition peer-to-peer video streaming applications through satellite impose such delay and packet drop rate (PDR) constraints.  ... 
doi:10.1109/asms-spsc.2010.5586858 fatcat:jr4ravsujzeclpejm6idrysmym

Optical satellite networks

V.W.S. Chan
2003 Journal of Lightwave Technology  
With high-speed space optical crosslink being a reality, the construction of an optical satellite network as part of a larger integrated space-terrestrial network is now feasible.  ...  applications.  ...  Perhaps the most aggressive application of a space network is for individual user bursty computer data access at high rates.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jlt.2003.819534 fatcat:cmtz2umuz5bnti4h6yfpuqgjyy

Optical satellite networks

V.W.S. Chan
2005 OFC/NFOEC Technical Digest. Optical Fiber Communication Conference, 2005.  
With high-speed space optical crosslink being a reality, the construction of an optical satellite network as part of a larger integrated space-terrestrial network is now feasible.  ...  applications.  ...  Perhaps the most aggressive application of a space network is for individual user bursty computer data access at high rates.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ofc.2005.192649 fatcat:3wwdqrqirve2hbslbqjoqpib7e

Diversity investigation of satellite backbone network for BFWA systems

Peter Kantor, Gabor Toth, Arpad Drozdy, Janos Bito
2009 2009 International Workshop on Satellite and Space Communications  
Keywords-satellite backbone network, BFWA, diversity methods, rain fading, adaptive coding I.  ...  The backbone network of a BFWA system can be wired or wireless terrestrial, however the connection between base stations and the operator's core network can be also established by high frequency satellite  ...  Adaptive Coding in the Satellite Backbone Network If the BER exceeds the value of 10 -6 on an Earth-space link, the applied code rate reduces to the still applicable value.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwssc.2009.5286371 fatcat:t37osvmte5abngzpc2pqdwqxhi

Scalable Video Coding in Fading Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Networks [chapter]

Georgios Avdiko
2011 Effective Video Coding for Multimedia Applications  
Acknowledgments The author would like to express his sincere thanks to Mr. George Papadakis (now at Intracom Defense Electronics) and Dr.  ...  Chiew Tuan Kiang (Institute for Infocomm Research, A*STAR), for their major contribution to the relative research work.  ...  In an increasing number of applications, video is transmitted to and from satellite networks or portable wireless devices such as cellular phones, laptop computers connected to wireless local area networks  ... 
doi:10.5772/16087 fatcat:wugbzshkzrcy7kfjmh75s7dlrm

High-Speed Satellite Mobile Communications: Technologies and Challenges

M. Ibnkahla, Q.M. Rahman, A.I. Sulyman, H.A. Al-Asady, J. Yuan, A. Safwat
2004 Proceedings of the IEEE  
The challenges for future broadband satellite systems, therefore, lie in the proper deployments of state-of-the-art satellite technologies to ensure seamless integration of the satellite networks into  ...  Mobile satellite systems will be fully integrated with the future terrestrial cellular systems, playing important roles as backbones or access satellites, to provide ubiquitous global coverage to diverse  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the guest editor and the anonymous reviewer for their comments and suggestions. The authors would also like to thank Mr. Y.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2003.821907 fatcat:snyicgivbzfele2b7bq4hvqyuq

Multimedia Traffic over Wireless and Satellite Networks [chapter]

Floriano De, Mauro Tropea, Peppino Fazio
2010 Digital Video  
that are limited in providing high bit rates to subscribers.  ...  The main reason was the high bit rate required, especially for the transmission of digital images in motion (from 108 to 270 Mbps).  ...  The network technologies used in the book are mainly broadband wireless and satellite networks.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8023 fatcat:aet6s5dwxrga5lzbowaa3pvbei

Space-track modulation and coding for high density aerial vehicle downlink networks with free space optical and visible light communications

Burhan GÜLBAHAR
2019 Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences  
The novel modulation and coding mechanisms are promising future applications for both high altitude AVs and low altitude drone networks with low complexity hardware for multiuser low data rate communications  ...  STMC combines track based multiuser modulation and coding, with geographical and positional data for low data rate broadcasting applications with wide area coverage.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by Vestel Electronics, Manisa, Turkey, and the author would like to thank Dr Görkem Memişoğlu for fruitful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.3906/elk-1802-130 fatcat:u5clm6yyrvavrgsxgztu7ssntm

Generalized hybrid subcarrier/amplitude/phase/polarization LDPC-coded modulation based FSO networking

Ivan B. Djordjevic, Hussam G. Batshon
2010 2010 12th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks  
The proposed scheme represents a cost effective solution to current high-bandwidth demands.  ...  The 32-GH-SAPP coded-modulation scheme can operate even under strong atmospheric turbulence regime while still carrying 100G traffic.  ...  GH-SAPP FSO based networks: (left) an FSO access network, and (right) satellite-to-ground/groundto-satellite, intersatellite, and satellite-to-aircraft/aircraft-to-satellite FSO communications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icton.2010.5549018 fatcat:zlhgwejievadtm6msnqezrm32e

Design and Implementation of a Narrow-Band Intersatellite Network with Limited Onboard Resources for IoT

Zizung Yoon, Walter Frese, Klaus Briess
2019 Sensors  
Satellite networks are inevitable for the ubiquitous connectivity of M2M (machine to machine) and IoT (internet of things) devices.  ...  To reduce latency and increase network responsivity, intersatellite link capability among nodes is a key component in satellite design.  ...  The so-called zero layer header L 0 contains 12 BPSK modulated and convolutional coded data bits with a code rate of r = 1/2.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19194212 fatcat:hxfbgx5m55dc3ohoenekauipzy

Heterogeneous Transparent Optical Networking Based on Coded OAM Modulation

I B Djordjevic
2011 IEEE Photonics Journal  
We demonstrate the high potential of the proposed network to solve high-bandwidth demands and interoperability problems simultaneously.  ...  In this paper, we propose a coded orbital angular momentum (OAM)-based heterogeneous transparent optical networking scenario.  ...  (a) Heterogeneous networking architecture. (b) Satellite-to-ground/ground-to-satellite, intersatellite, and satellite-to-aircraft/aircraft-to-satellite OAM communications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jphot.2011.2157484 fatcat:phrw6nrixzg3pdubosfz3dujnm

Coding and modulation techniques for high spectral efficiency transmission in 5G and satcom

Haesik Kim
2015 2015 23rd European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO)  
Basically, high spectral efficiency can be achieved when adopting a high order modulation and low code rate at a high SNR.  ...  In order to achieve high spectral efficiency, channel coding and modulation are the key part of the physical layer.  ...  It offers 16QAM to 4096QAM modulation with code rates of 1/2 to 9/10 for spectral efficiency of 10.8 bits/s/Hz.  ... 
doi:10.1109/eusipco.2015.7362884 dblp:conf/eusipco/Kim15 fatcat:y5ogotdevbdhbhnjirgh3nf2xi
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