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Compact Ku-band transmitter design for satellite communication applications

from system analysis to hardware implementation

by Chang-Ho Lee

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artificial satellites in telecommunication,
  • Radio -- Transmitters and transmission

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [141]-157) and index

    StatementChang-Ho Lee, Joy Laskar
    ContributionsLaskar, Joy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK5104 .L44 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 163 p. :
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17065148M
    ISBN 100792376986
    LC Control Number2002019551

      Wireless Communication is the fastest growing and most vibrant technological areas in the communication field. Wireless Communication is a method of transmitting information from one point to other, without using any connection like wires, cables or any physical medium. Generally, in a communication system, information is transmitted from transmitter to receiver that are placed over [ ]. Ku band satellites in Kazakhstan: KazSat2 and KazSat3 Why Ka band: Technical Opportunities of Ka-band: RF performance Regulatory Opportunities of Ka-band: Available spectrum resources Technical Opportunities of Ka-band: broadband satellite communications and networks Fade Mitigation techniques for broadband satellite systems in Ka band.

      Thus, smaller dishes can be used to achieve the same distance as C-band and the KU band radio transmitter also requires less power. Normally, , or meter dish is used for Ku-Band applications. This can save great CAPEX and makes Ku-band suitable for small networks.   Its focus on mobile station transmitter and receiver system design also applies to transceiver design of other wireless systems such as WLAN. The book is filled with detailed wireless systems design information, and addresses specifications that are critical for the design s: 4.

    Advancements in semiconductor technology have led to a steady increase in the unity power gain frequency (f max) of silicon transistors, both in CMOS and SiGe BiCMOS , in turn, enables realization of complex monolithic silicon integrated circuits operating at the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequency range (typically defined as 30– GHz). SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT C2 LINKS - C-BAND, KU-BAND AND KA-BAND Robert J. Kerczewski NASA Glenn Research Center Brookpark Rd., MS Cleveland, OH +1 [email protected] Jeffrey D. Wilson NASA Glenn Research Center Brookpark Rd., MS Cleveland, OH +1


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[Chang-Ho Lee; Joy Laskar]. This volume reviews approaches to and topologies of Ku-band transmitters. It explores the advantages and disadvantages of these transmitters along with critical design criteria necessary to enhance system performance.

Readers will learn to analyze, design and characterize transceiver modules. General Dynamics' HRT Ku-Band Transmitter provides a solution for delivering large amounts of data from a spacecraft in one small package.

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The first edition was a response to a request by many friends and associates for a basic and clear book that provides newcomers with an accessible way to gain knowledge and become productive. The second edition. Mobile satellite services (MSS), which use a variety of transportable receiver and transmitter equipment to provide communication services for land mobile, maritime and aeronautical customers Broadcast satellite services (BSS), which offer high transmission power for reception using very small.

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The microwave satellite market is a mass market with over 80 million outdoor units in The majority of the outdoor units are for satellite TV reception in the is a mainly one-way communication pipe with the satellite.

Cite this chapter as: () Review of Ku-band VCOs. In: Compact Ku-band Transmitter Design for Satellite Communication Applications.

Springer, Boston, MA. A compact LTCC-based Ku-band transmitter module. module in the Ku-band satellite communication standard. lated to dual-band transcei ver design for WLAN applications. Ku-band plans are not as standardized as is the C-band plan.

Figure (b) illustrates the Ku band downlink plan of the AMC-1 satellite. This is a combined C/Ku-band satellite with Ku-band channels 36 MHz wide having a 4-MHz guard band, just as in the C-band plan.

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These wireless applications have. DOI: /IWAT Corpus ID: Smart antennas for satellite communications on the move @article{LuoSmartAF, title={Smart antennas for satellite communications on the move}, author={Qi Luo and Steven Gao}, journal={ International Workshop on Antenna Technology: Small Antennas, Innovative Structures, and Applications (iWAT)}, year={}, pages={} }.

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