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Title: TECHNICAL BASIS FOR EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITE ORBIT.
Authors: Samarkandy, Mohammad K.,
Han, C.C
Keywords: COMMUNICATION SATELLITES
Issue Date: 1980
Publisher: Inc, Horizon House Telecommun, Dedham, Mass
Citation: Physica Status Solidi (B): Basic Research 1980, Pages 48-54
Abstract: The special emphasis of this study is on future satellites where interference between inhomogeneous systems are of practical concern. In general, these satellite systems operate with different networks and different transmission characteristics. The four techniques for reducing interference - namely, polarization isolation, frequency separation, beam separation, and antenna beam shaping - is reviewed. Concepts of ″available isolation″ and ″required isolation″ will be introduced. ″Available isolation″ depends on the satellite and earth station e. i. r. p. , antenna patterns, transmission losses, polarization, frequency bands, etc. , both in the uplink and downlink. ″Required isolation,″ or sensitivity to interference, depends strongly on the types of modulation and nature of the transmitted signals, both in the wanted and interfering systems.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12902
ISSN: 01463705
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