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|Title: ||Evolution towards EHF satellite communications: design and performance evaluation of innovative and advanced missions|
|Authors: ||Ruggieri, Marina|
|Keywords: ||satellite communications|
EHF - Extremely High Frequency
|Issue Date: ||7-Jul-2008 |
|Abstract: ||During the last ten years the research in the field of satellite communications, navigation and Earth/Space observation has been pointed towards the integration of systems and applications; this challenging target requires a complex communication structure able to realise the so called “System of Systems”.
The important issue of “integration” is the key point of the evolution of satellite systems, it involves also the terrestrial networks in order to realise a cooperative global information infrastructure; in this frame broadband satellite communication plays a key role.
Ka band (27-40 GHz) can be considered as the current emerging standard for satellite communication systems while there are a good number of systems, most of them are for dual-use (civil and defence) applications, operating in Q/V band (40-75 GHz); in the near future the need for broadband satellite services and the growing saturation of lower frequency bands will make it mandatory the identification of the main conc...|
|Description: ||20. ciclo|
|Appears in Collections:||Tesi di dottorato in ingegneria|
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