Fixed service using communication satellites, (Study Group 4).
International Radio Consultative Committee. Plenary Assembly, International Radio Consultative Committee
International Telecommunication Union, 1975 - Performing Arts - 323 pages
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angle angular Annex antenna gain aperture bandwidth baseband beamwidth broadcasting-satellite service carrier-to-interference ratio carrier-to-noise ratio characteristics communication considered coverage area curve demodulation dispersal waveform earth stations earth-station antennae effects energy-dispersal factors filters fixed satellite service frequency bands frequency modulation frequency re-use frequency sharing frequency-division multiplex geostationary geostationary orbit geostationary-satellite orbit hypothetical reference circuit increase Intelsat interference noise interfering limited linear polarization main beam main lobe maximum measurements method minimum modulation index multiple access non-geostationary satellites operating orbit utilization efficiency parameters polarization discrimination pre-emphasis propagation pseudo-random radiation pattern radio radiocommunication receiving antenna Recommendation reference radiation reflector relative Report satellite antenna satellite link satellite networks satellite orbit satellite spacing satellite systems side lobes side-lobe levels signal space station spacecraft spectrum Study Group Study Programme switching discontinuities synchronization TDMA TDMA system technical techniques telephone channels television terrestrial services thermal noise time-slot transmission delay transmitting types values