Satellite Communications


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Satellite Communications
101050010114041010507Satellite CommunicationsEver since the invention of line-of-sight radios, people have sought to extend the range from transmitter to receiver. Television is a familiar example of the limited range for signal transmission; we are all used to regional broadcasting. For more pressing applications, regional coverage is not sufficient. Military units on land have obstructions and terrain to overcome, while naval forces have to contend with the curvature of the Earth. Aboard ship, UHF radio antennas and blinker lights on a mast ca…
Citation
Randall K. Nichols; Panos C. Lekkas: Wireless Security: Models, Threats, and Solutions. Satellite Communications, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export