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The first edition of Satellite Communications Systems Engineering (Wiley 2008) was written for those concerned with the design and performance of satellite communications systems employed in fixed point to point, broadcasting, mobile, radio navigation, data relay, computer communications, and related satellite based applications. This welcome Second Edition continues the basic premise and enhances the publication with the latest updated information and new technologies developed since the publication of the first edition.  The book is based on graduate level satellite communications course material and has served as the primary text for electrical engineering Masters and Doctoral level courses in satellite communications and related areas. Introductory to advanced engineering level students in electrical, communications and wireless network courses, and electrical engineers, communications engineers, systems engineers, and wireless network engineers looking for a refresher will find this essential text invaluable.



LOUIS J. IPPOLITO JR., Engineering Consultant and Adjunct Professor, The George Washington University, Washington DC, USA.

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LOUIS J. IPPOLITO JR., Engineering Consultant and Adjunct Professor, The George Washington University, Washington DC, USA.

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Focuses on the important basic principles that are unique and timeless to satellite-based communications delivery systems

The first edition of Satellite Communications Systems Engineering (Wiley, 2008) was written for those concerned with the design and performance of satellite communications systems employed in fixed point-to-point, broadcasting, mobile, radio navigation, data relay, computer communications, and related satellite-based applications. The rapid growth in satellite communications created a need for accurate information on both satellite communications systems engineering and the impact of atmospheric effects on satellite link design and system performance. It addressed that need for the first time in a single comprehensive source.

This welcome second edition continues the basic premise and enhances the publication with the latest updated information and new technologies developed since the publication of the first edition. More in-depth treatments are included for the mobile satellite channel, satellite signal processing, on-board processing satellites, satellite orbits, transmission impairments, and propagation effects modeling and prediction. New chapters include interference mitigation in satellite communications, spectrum management for satellite communications, and high throughput satellites (HTS). Many of the updated tools and calculations are provided in a "handbook" form, with step-by-step procedures and all necessary algorithms in one place to allow direct calculations from one source.

The book is based on graduate level satellite communications course material and has served as the primary text for electrical engineering Masters and Doctoral-level courses in satellite communications and related areas. Introductory to advanced level engineering students in electrical, communications and wireless network courses, and electrical engineers, communications engineers, systems engineers, and wireless network engineers looking for a refresher will find this essential text invaluable.

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The first edition of Satellite Communications Systems Engineering (Wiley 2008) was written for those concerned with the design and performance of satellite communications systems employed in fixed point to point, broadcasting, mobile, radio navigation, data relay, computer communications, and related satellite based applications. This welcome Second Edition continues the basic premise and enhances the publication with the latest updated information and new technologies developed since the publication of the first edition. The book is based on graduate level satellite communications course material and has served as the primary text for electrical engineering Masters and Doctoral level courses in satellite communications and related areas. Introductory to advanced engineering level students in electrical, communications and wireless network courses, and electrical engineers, communications engineers, systems engineers, and wireless network engineers looking for a refresher will find this essential text invaluable.



Contenu

List of Acronyms xiii

Preface to Second Edition xix

1 Introduction to Satellite Communications 1

1.1 Early History of Satellite Communications 3

1.1.1 SCORE 3

1.1.2 ECHO 3

1.1.3 COURIER 4

1.1.4 WESTFORD 4

1.1.5 TELSTAR 4

1.1.6 RELAY 4

1.1.7 SYNCOM 5

1.1.8 EARLYBIRD 5

1.1.9 APPLICATIONS TECHNOLOGY SATELLITE-1, ATS-1 5

1.1.10 ATS-3 5

1.1.11 ATS-5 6

1.1.12 ANIK A 6

1.1.13 ATS-6 6

1.1.14 CTS 8

1.2 Some Basic Communications Satellite System Definitions 9

1.2.1 Satellite Communications Segments 9

1.2.2 Satellite Link Parameters 10

1.2.3 Satellite Orbits 11

1.2.4 Frequency Band Designations 13

1.3 Overview of Book Structure and Topics 13

References 15

2 Satellite Orbits 17

2.1 Kepler's Laws 18

2.2 Orbital Parameters 19

2.3 Orbits in Common Use 22

2.3.1 Geostationary Orbit 23

2.3.2 Low Earth Orbit 25

2.3.3 Medium Earth Orbit 26

2.3.4 Highly Elliptical Orbit 26

2.3.5 Polar Orbit 27

2.4 Geometry of GSO Links 27

2.4.1 Range to Satellite 29

2.4.2 Elevation Angle to Satellite 29

2.4.3 Azimuth Angle to Satellite 30

2.4.4 Sample Calculation 31

References 33

Problems 33

3 Satellite Subsystems 35

3.1 Satellite Bus 36

3.1.1 Physical Structure 37

3.1.2 Power Subsystem 38

3.1.3 Attitude Control 39

3.1.4 Orbital Control 39

3.1.5 Thermal Control 41

3.1.6 Electronic Propulsion Satellites 42

3.1.7 Tracking, Telemetry, Command, and Monitoring 43

3.2 Satellite Payload 45

3.2.1 Transponder 45

3.2.2 Antennas 47

References 48

4 The RF Link 49

4.1 Transmission Fundamentals 49

4.1.1 Effective Isotropic Radiated Power 51

4.1.2 Power Flux Density 51

4.1.3 Antenna Gain 52

4.1.4 Free-Space Path Loss 55

4.1.5 Basic Link Equation for Received Power 56

4.2 System Noise 59

4.2.1 Noise Figure 61

4.2.2 Noise Temperature 63

4.2.3 System Noise Temperature 66

4.2.4 Figure of Merit 69

4.3 Link Performance Parameters 70

4.3.1 Carrier-to-Noise Ratio 70

4.3.2 Carrier-to-Noise Density 72

4.3.3 Energy-per-Bit to Noise Density 72

Reference 73

Problems 73

5 Link System Performance 75

5.1 Link Considerations 75

5.1.1 Fixed Antenna Size Link 76

5.1.2 Fixed Antenna Gain Link 77

5.1.3 Fixed Antenna Gain, Fixed Antenna Size Link 77

5.2 Uplink 79

5.2.1 Multiple Carrier Operation 81

5.3 Downlink 81

5.4 Percent of Time Performance Specifications 82

References 84

Problems 85

6 Transmission Impairments 87

6.1 Radiowave Frequency and Space Communications 87

6.2 Radiowave Propagation Mechanisms 89

6.2.1 Absorption 90

6.2.2 Scattering 90

6.2.3 Refraction 90

6.2.4 Diffraction 90

6.2.5 Multipath 90

6.2.6 Scintillation 90

6.2.7 Fading 90

6.2.8 Frequency Dispersion 90

6.3 Propagation Below About 3 GHz 92

6.3.1 Ionospheric Scintillation 95

6.3.2 Polarization Rotation 97

6.3.3 Group Delay 98

6.3.4 Dispersion 99

6.4 Propagation Above About 3 GHz 100

6.4.1 Rain Attenuation 101

6.4.2 Gaseous Attenuation 105

6.4.3 Cloud and Fog Attenuation 107

6.4.4 Depolarization 108

6.4.5 Tropospheric Scintillation 114

6.5 Radio Noise 117

6.5.1 Specification of Radio Noise 119

6.5.2 Noise From Atmospheric Gases 121

6.5.3 Sky Noise Due To Rain 124

6.5.4 Sky Noise Due to Clouds 125

6.5.5 Noise From Extra-Terrestrial Sources 126

References 134

Problems 135

7 Propagation Effects Modeling and Prediction 138

7.1 Atmospheric Gases 138

7.1.1 Leibe Complex Refractivity Model 139

7.1.2 ITU-R Gaseous Attenuation Models 140

7.2 Clouds and Fog 152

7.2.1 ITU-R Cloud Attenuation Model 153

7.2.2 Slobin Cloud Model 155

7.3 Rain Attenuation 162

7.3.1 ITU-R Rain Attenuation Model 162

7.3.2 Crane Rain Attenuation Models 176

7.4 Depolarization 187

7.4.1 Rain Depolarization Modeling 188

7.4.2 Ice Depolarization Modeling 190

7.5 Tropospheric Scintillation 194

7.5.1 Karasawa Scintillation Model 194

7.5.2 ITU-R Scintillation Model 197

7.5.3 van de Camp Cloud Scintillation Model 199

References 201

Problems 203

8 Rain Fade Mitigation 205

8.1 Power Restoral Techniques 205

8.1.1 Beam Diversity 206

8.1.2 Power Control 207

8.1.3 Site Diversity 211

8.1.4 Orbit Diversity 227

8.2 Signal Modification Restoral Techniques 2...

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Satellite Communications Systems Engineering
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781119259367
ISBN: 978-1-119-25936-7
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (epub)
Editeur: Wiley
Genre: Électronique, électrotechnique, technologie des communications
nombre de pages: 464
Parution: 28.02.2017
Année: 2017
Auflage: 2. Aufl.
Sous-titre: Englisch
Taille de fichier: 31.4 MB