Mobile Satellite System Design
This Chapter examines satellite-based mobile networks from a system designer’s point of view. It first describes how mobile satellite communication networks are evolving. Systems such as those operated by Inmarsat offer global coverage. Some countries such as the U.S., Canada, and Australia, are developing their own national or regional mobile satellite systems.
KeywordsMobile Terminal High Power Amplifier Mobile Satellite Public Switch Telephone Network Network Availability
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