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1.1. Describe briefly the main advantages offered by satellite communications. Explain what is meant by a distance-insensitive communications system. 1.2. Comparisons are sometimes made between satellite and optical fiber communications systems. State briefly the areas of application for which you feel each system is best suited. 1.3. Describe briefly the development of INTELSAT starting from the 1960s through the present. Information can be found at Web site http://www.intelsat.com/. 1.4. From the Web site http://www.intelsat.com/, find the positions of the INTELSAT 901 and the INTELSAT 10-02 satellites, as well as the number of C-band and Ku-band transponders on each. 1.5. From Table 1.3, and by accessing the Intelsat web site, determine which satellites provide service to each of the regions AOR, IOR, and POR. 1.6. Referring to Table 1.4, determine the power levels, in watts, for each of the three categories listed. 1.7. From Table 1.5, determine typical orbital spacing in degrees for (a) the 6/4GHz band and (b) the 14/12-GHz band. 1.8. Give reasons why the Ku band is used for the DBS service.
1.9. An earth station is situated at longitude 91 W and latitude 45 N. Determine the range to the Galaxy VII satellite. A spherical earth of uniform mass and mean radius 6371 km may be assumed. 1.10. Given that the earth s equatorial radius is 6378 km and the height of the geostationary orbit is 36,000 km, determine the intersatellite distance between the VisionStar Inc. satellite and the NetSat 28 Company L.L.C. satellite, operating in the Ka band. 1.11. Explain what is meant by a polar orbiting satellite. A NOAA polar orbiting satellite completes one revolution around the earth in 102 min. The satellite makes a north to south equatorial crossing at longitude 90 W. Assuming that the orbit is circular and crosses exactly over the poles, estimate the position of the subsatellite point at the following times after the equatorial crossing: (a) 0 h, 10 min; (b) 1 h, 42 min; (c) 2 h, 0 min. A spherical earth of uniform mass may be assumed. 1.12. By accessing the NOAA Web page at http://www.noaa.gov/, find out how the GOES take part in weather forecasting. Give details of the GOES-12 characteristics.
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1.13. The Cospas-Sarsat Web site is at http://www.cospas-sarsat.org. Access this site and find out the number and location of the LEOLUTs in current use. 1.14. Using information obtained from the Cospas-Sarsat Web site, find out which satellites carry (a) 406-MHz SAR processors (SARPs), (b) 406-MHz SAR repeaters (SARRs), and (c) 121.5-MHz SARRs. What is the basic difference between a SARP and a SARR 1.15. Intelsat satellite 904 is situated at 60 E. Determine the land areas (markets)the satellite can service. The global EIRP is given as 31.0 up to 35.9 dBW, beam edge to beam peak. What are the equivalent values in watts (see App. G for the definition of dBW). 1.16. A satellite is in a circular polar orbit at a height of 870 km, the orbital period being approximately 102 min. Assuming an average value of earth s radius of 6371 km determine approximately the maximum period the satellite is visible from a beacon at sea level. 1.17. A satellite is in a circular polar orbit at a height of 870 km, the orbital period being approximately 102 min. The satellite orbit passes directly over a beacon at sea level. Assuming an average value of earth s radius of 6371 km determine approximately the fractional Doppler shift at the instant the satellite is first visible from the beacon.
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