Advansed plasma theory by Rosenbluth

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6. What are the minimum and maximum round trip signal propagation times to a satellite in geostationary orbit, for an allowable elevation angle range of 90◦ to 0◦ ? Assume an inclination angle of 0◦ . 3 Satellite Subsystems An operating communications satellite system consists of several elements or segments, ranging from an orbital configuration of space components to ground based components and network elements. The particular application of the satellite system, for example fixed satellite service, mobile service, or broadcast service, will determine the specific elements of the system.

The basic elements of the communications satellite payload, the transponder and antenna systems, are introduced. The next two chapters begin the discussion of the RF link. Transmission fundamentals, system noise, and link performance parameters are developed in Chapter 4. Chapter 5 focuses on link performance for specific types of links, and introduces the concept of percent of time performance specifications for the evaluation of communications satellite systems and networks. The critical area of transmission impairments introduced to the RF link by the atmosphere is discussed in Chapter 6.

Under this condition a specific orbit period can be determined by proper selection of the orbit radius. If the orbit radius is chosen so that the period of revolution of the satellite is exactly set to the period of the earth’s rotation, one mean sidereal day, a unique satellite orbit is defined. In addition, if the orbit is circular (eccentricity = 0), and the orbit is in the equatorial plane (inclination angle = 0◦ ), the satellite will appear to hover motionless above the earth at the subsatellite point above the equator.

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