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NOTES: ITU International Telecommunication Union; FCC Federal Communications Commission. SOURCE: Reinhart, 1990.
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of EIRP is 60 dBW for the high-power category and 37 dBW for the lowpower category, a difference of 23 dB. This represents an increase in received power of 102.3 or about 200:1 in the high-power category, which allows much smaller antennas to be used with the receiver. As noted in the table, the primary purpose of satellites in the high-power category is to provide a DBS service. In the medium-power category, the primary purpose is point-to-point services, but space may be leased on these satellites for the provision of DBS services. In the low-power category, no official DBS services are provided. However, it was quickly discovered by home experimenters that a wide range of radio and TV programming could be received on this band, and it is now considered to provide a de facto DBS service, witness to which is the large number of TV receiveonly (TVRO) dishes that have appeared in the yards and on the rooftops of homes in North America. TVRO reception of C-band signals in the home is prohibited in many other parts of the world, partly for aesthetic reasons, because of the comparatively large dishes used, and partly for commercial reasons. Many North American C-band TV broadcasts are now encrypted, or scrambled, to prevent unauthorized access, although this also seems to be spawning a new underground industry in descramblers. As shown in Table 1.4, true DBS service takes place in the Ku band. Figure 1.5 shows the components of a DBS system (Government of Canada, 1983). The television signal may be relayed over a terrestrial link to the uplink station. This transmits a very narrow beam signal to the satellite in the 14-GHz band. The satellite retransmits the television signal in a wide beam in the 12-GHz frequency band. Individual receivers within the beam coverage area will receive the satellite signal.
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Figure 1.5 Components of a direct broadcasting satellite system. (From Government of Canada, 1983, with permission.)
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Table 1.5 shows the orbital assignments for domestic fixed satellites for the United States (FCC, 1996). These satellites are in geostationary orbit, which is discussed further in Chap. 3. Table 1.6 shows the U.S. Ka-band assignments. Broadband services, such as Internet (see Chap. 15), can operate at Ka-band frequencies. In 1983, the U.S. FCC adopted a policy objective, setting 2 as the minimum orbital spacing for satellites operating in the 6/4-GHz band and 1.5 for those operating in the 14/12-GHz band (FCC, 1983). It is clear that interference between satellite circuits is likely to increase as satellites are positioned closer together. These spacings represent the minimum presently achievable in each band at acceptable interference levels. In fact, it seems likely that in some cases home satellite receivers in the 6/4-GHz band may be subject to excessive interference where 2 spacing is employed. 1.5 Polar Orbiting Satellites Polar orbiting satellites orbit the earth in such a way as to cover the north and south polar regions. (Note that the term polar orbiting does not mean that the satellite orbits around one or the other of the poles).
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