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Funkstörung/Funkverträglichkeit/Frequenzkoordinierung

  • René WörfelEmail author
  • Hans Dodel†
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Zusammenfassung

Praktikable Umlaufbahnen sind auf den Raum im und innerhalb des geostationären Erdgürtels begrenzt und nutzbare Frequenzen auf das Spektrum oberhalb Gleichstrom bis – theoretisch – 1 THz1, dem elektromagnetischen Bereich, beziehungsweise bis 1 PHz2, dem optischen Bereich. Neben der physikalischen Nutzbarkeit begrenzt die Geräteverfügbarkeit die Anwendung, und schließlich müssen sich mehr als zwanzig verschiedene Satellitenfunkdienste ein Spektrum von nicht einmal 50 GHz teilen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.GautingDeutschland
  2. 2.HohenlindenDeutschland

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