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Frequency: 1621.25 MHz Miscellaneous propagation losses: no shadowing 0.7 dB; with shadowing 15.7 dB Coded data rate: 50 kbps The EIRP values adjusted for shadowing are shown in parenthesis.
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SV Gateway Link Values Downlink 20 GHz Rain Clear 13.5 5.1 24.6 Uplink 29.40 GHz Rain 68 33.1 1.02 Clear 43.2 4.6 1.02
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Frequency: 23.28 GHz [EIRP]: 38.4 dBW Coded data rate: 25 Mbps Receive antenna gain: [GR]: 36.7 dB Receive system noise temperature: 720.3 K (1188.3 K) Range: East West 4400 km; North South 4050 km Miscellaneous losses: East West 3.6 dB (1.8 dB); North South 4.4 dB (1.8 dB).
NOTES: Values with sun are shown in parenthesis. The miscellaneous losses include a margin which is omitted for the with sun situation.
Iridium is able to offer more channels with shorter delays, and the ability to connect into worldwide networks for those areas which currently obtain mobile services through geostationary satellites. Iridium does make it possible to get a service in operation very quickly in areas where no telephone services exist, while terrestrial networks are being installed.
17.8 Problems and Exercises
17.1. Write brief notes on the advantages and disadvantages of using satellites in LEOs, MEOs, and GEOs for mobile satellite communications. 17.2. Write brief notes on the advantages and disadvantages of onboard switching and routing compared to the bent pipe mode of operation for satellite mobile communications. 17.3. Describe the operation of a typical VSAT system. State briefly where VSAT systems find widest application. 17.4. Describe the main features of Radarsat. Explain what is meant by a dawn to dusk orbit and why the Radarsat follows such an orbit. 17.5. Explain why a minimum of four satellites must be visible at an earth location utilizing the GPS system for position determination. What does the term dilution of position refer to 17.6. Describe the main features and services offered by the Orbcomm satellite system. How do these services compare with services offered by geostationary satellites and terrestrial cellular systems 17.7. Calculate the free-space loss for the GES to satellite uplink in the Orbcomm system. 17.8. Calculate the received [C/N0] value and the received [Eb/N0] for the GES to satellite uplink in the Orbcomm system.
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Repeat Prob. 17.8 calculations for the satellite to GES downlink.
17.10. Calculate the received [C/N0] value and the received [Eb/N0] for the subscriber to satellite uplink in the Orbcomm system. 17.11. Repeat Prob. 17.10 calculations for the satellite to subscriber downlink in the Orbcomm system. 17.12. Describe the main features of the Iridium system, and comment briefly on how this differs from the Orbcomm system. 17.13. For Iridium, calculate the uplink values of [C/N0] for cell-1 and cell-16 under no shadowing conditions. Calculate the corresponding [Eb/N0] values. 17.14. Repeat the calculations in problem 17.13 for the downlink. 17.15. For the shadowing situation with Iridium, calculate the uplink values of [C/N0] for cell-1 and cell-16. Calculate the corresponding [Eb/N0] values. 17.16. Repeat the calculations in Prob. 17.15 for the downlink. 17.17. Calculate for the Iridium SV Gateway downlink the [Eb/N0] values for (a) rain conditions and (b) clear conditions. 17.18. Repeat the calculations of Prob. 17.17 for the Iridium SV Gateway uplink. 17.19. Calculate for the Iridium east-west intersatellite link the [C/N0] values for (a) no sun, and (b) sun conditions. 17.20. Repeat the calculations of Prob. 17.19 for the north south intersatellite link.
References
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