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Antenna Selection to Minimize Pointing Requirements

Use of antenna optimization to ensure antenna pointing requirements are kept to a minimum
January 1, 2002
Technical Feature Antenna Selection to Minimize Pointing Requirements Traditionally, when designing a satellite communications system, an allowance is made in the link budget for pointing loss. The earth station's antenna size is then selected to achieve the desired gain margin. In this article, a different approach called antenna optimization...
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Selecting a Pedestal for Tracking LEO Satellites at Ka Band

The issues involved in selecting a pedestal for tracking low earth orbit (LEO) satellites
April 1, 2000
Selecting a Pedestal for Tracking LEO Satellites at Ka Band Keith Willey University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Cooperative Research Centre for Satellite Systems Sydney, Australia This article discusses the issues involved in selecting a pedestal for tracking low earth orbit (LEO) satellites. LEO satellites offer several advantages over their...
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