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Figure B.14 Hence, equating h/y from these two results gives
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In the limit as h goes to zero, X1 and X2 both go to zero, and d1 goes to S A and d2 to AS. Hence,
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(B.44)
This is Eq. (6.35) of the text.
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NASA Two-Line Orbital Elements
The two-line orbital elements can be found at a number of Web sites. The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Web site, at http://www.noaa.gov/, is probably the most useful to start with because it contains a great deal of general information on polar orbiting satellites as well as weather satellites in the geostationary orbit. An explanation of the two-line elements can be found in the FAQs section by Dr. T. S. Kelso at http://celestrak.com/. The two-line elements can be downloaded directly from http://celestrak.com/NORAD /elements/, (but see App. D) a typical readout being: 1 22969U 94003A 94284.57233250 .00000051 00000-0 10000-3 0 1147 2 22969 82.5601 334.1434 0015195 339.6133 20.4393 13.16724605 34163 A description of each line follows:
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Line Number 1
Name
LINNO SATNO U IDYR IDLNO EPYR EPOCH NDTO2 or BTERM NDDOT 6 BSTAR or AGOM. Satellite number Not applicable
Description
Line number of element data (always 1 for line 1) None None None
Units
Example
1 22969 94 3 94 0.00000051 00000-0 10000-3
Field Format
X XXXXX X XX XXX XX .XXXXXXXX* XXXXX-X XXXXX-X
International designator (last two digits of launch year) International designator (launch number of the year) Epoch year (last two digits of the year) Epoch (Julian day and fractional portion of the day) First time derivative of the mean motion or ballistic coefficient (depending on the ephemeris type) Second time derivative of mean motion (field will be blank if NDDOT6 is not applicable) BSTAR drag term if GP4 general perturbations theory was used. Otherwise it will be the radiation pressure coefficient
Launch year None Epoch year Day Revolutions per day2 or m2/kg Revolutions per day3
284.57233250 XXX.XXXXXXXX
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Line Number 1 (Continued)
EPHTYP ELNO
Ephemeris type (specifies the ephemeris theory used to produce the elements) Element number
None None
0 1147
X XXXX
If NDOT2 is greater than unity, a positive value is assumed without a sign. Decimal point assumed after the signs.
Line Number 2
Name
LINNO SATNO II NODE EE OMEGA MM NN REVNO Satellite number Inclination
Description
Line number of element data (always 2 for line 2) None None Degrees Degrees None Degrees Degrees
Units
Example
2 22969 82.5601 334.1434 00151950 339.6133 20.4393 13.16724605 34163
Field Format
X XXXXX XXX.XXXX XXX.XXXX XXXXXXXX XXX.XXXX XXX.XXXX XX.XXXXXXXX XXXXX
Right ascension of the ascending node Eccentricity (decimal point assumed) Argument of perigee Mean anomaly Mean motion Revolution number at epoch
Revolutions per day Revolutions
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Listings of Artificial Satellites
The best source by far has been that provided by Dr. T. S. Kelso at Celestrak, at http://celestrak.com/. The source of CelesTrak s data was the NASA orbital information group (OIG), but it appears that this site will be closed when the Air Force Space Command (AFSC) has in operation its program to provide space surveillance data including NORAD two-line element sets (TLEs) to non-US government entities (NUGE). A new site is available at http://www.space-track.org/, but only approved registered users can access this site. Registration is quite straightforward. Other useful sites are: http://www.amsat.org/amsat/keps/formats.html http://web.austin.utexas.edu/ http://www.lyngsat.com/ In general, a web search by satellite name or by entering a search for two-line elements, for example, will provide a list of useful web sites.
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Illustrating Third-Order Intermodulation Products
The nonlinear voltage transfer characteristic for a TWT can be written as a power series
The third-order term gives rise to the intermodulation products. To illustrate this, let the input be two unmodulated carriers
and let the carrier spacing be interpreted as follows:
as shown in Fig. E.1. The terms on the right-hand side of the transfer characteristic equation can be
First term, aei . This gives the desired linear relationship between eo and ei . Second term, . With ei as shown, this term can be expanded into the following components: a dc component, a component at frequency , second harmonic components of the carriers, second harmonic + components. All these components can be removed by filtering and need not be considered further. Third term, . This can be expanded as
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Figure E.1 The cubed terms in this can be expanded as
that is, a fundamental component plus a third harmonic component. The third harmonics can be removed by filtering. The intermodulation products are contained in the cross-product terms 3A2B cos2 At cos Bt and 3AB2 cos At cos2 Bt. On further , the 2 A B expansion, the first of these will be seen to contain a cos(2 A B)t. With the carriers spaced equally by amount frequency is equal to A + ( A B) = A + . This falls exactly on the adjacent carrier frequency at C, as shown in Fig. E.1. Likewise, the expansion of the second cross-product term contains a cos(2 B A)t which yields an intermodulation product at frequency B . This falls exactly on the carrier frequency at D.
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